As Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi reach the end of their careers, Frenchman Kylian Mbappe begins to emerge as the heir to the footballing throne. At just 21 years of age, he is already a reality of the beautiful game. It is no secret that Europe's most powerful clubs are keen to sign him, including Real Madrid, whose president, Florentino Perez, has even publicly admitted his interest in signing him. But does Mbappe want to play for the white club? He does
not seem to want to renew his contract with Paris Saint-Germain. After his team lost the Champions League final to Bayern Munich, Mbappe seems convinced that if he wants to win big titles, he must sign with one of Europe's biggest clubs.
And Mbappe is ambitious. His contract with Paris Saint-Germain expires in 2022 and he does not seem to want to renew it because he has put off his managers several times. This means that, from January of that year, he will be free to negotiate his future and that the team he goes to will not have to pay any transfer fees for him. The question is whether Paris Saint-Germain will be compensated for waiting and leaving without leaving any money in their coffers, or whether they will prefer to get rid of him before that date and collect a transfer. The most logical thing would be to opt for this second possibility.
But where would Mbappe go?
His idol is Zinedine Zidane. There is no doubt, that Real Madrid would have a lot of tickets to sign him. And this is not only because of the economic potential of the white club, but also because his coach is the idol in whom the current Parisian player has been fixed since he was a child. In fact, Zinedine Zidane has been the mirror for him throughout his career. And the two have a very good relationship.
Even the Madrid coach has said that he would be happy to have Mbappe. If we add this to the fact that Paris St. Germain would have to sell their star next summer in order to make money on him, then the paths of Real Madrid and Kylian Mbappe are closer than ever.In any case, everything is still up in the air and sports betting will soon be offering its users to play trying to guess the destiny of the French footballer, called to be the new world figure.