In sending Mbappe Real, even the president of La Liga came forward. “The probability of transfer increases as time goes by, there is no financial problem at all.”
February 9, 2024 | by bookmeforphotographers.com
Real Madrid President Javier Tebas has stepped up Kylian Mbappe’s move to Real Madrid.
According to Fabrizio Romano, a reporter specializing in transfer markets, Tebas said of Mbappe’s transfer to Real Madrid from Paris Saint-Germain (PSG). “There was a 50 percent chance of his transfer a few weeks ago. Now it’s a little bit higher,” he said.
Mbappe moved around the world last summer as the possibility of leaving PSG was strongly raised. The main point was that when the contract with PSG ends this summer, he will receive a certain period of service allowance specified in the contract, and will be a free agent and will even collect a large down payment as he goes to Real without a transfer fee. Mbappe, who tried to leave PSG in 2022, was already caught by President Emmanuel Macron, but Mbappe only played for two more years and did not intend to stay any longer.
Last summer, PSG ran for a long time if it wanted to sell it right away, but no club had the money to buy Mbappe. Since then, Mbappe has faithfully played the game and did not renew his contract. If time goes by like this, Mbappe could become a Real player this summer as he thought. 토토사이트
Tebas’s remarks ignited this accuracy. When asked if more than 50 percent would be 55 percent or 60 percent, Tebas said, “I think so.” He also said, “If Mbappe does not renew his contract with PSG day by day, the probability will only increase gradually.”
The recent recruitment of players by the La Liga team is also related to the league’s strict financial regulations. It is a kind of proportional salary cap. Barcelona broke up with Lionel Messi and had difficulty recruiting players afterwards because it was difficult to comply with this regulation. Atletico Madrid sent a love call to Lee Kang-in last summer, but failed to offer the transfer fee properly, which is also known as the salary cap.
Tebas said, “I don’t know whether Alfonso Davis or anyone else buys it, but Real’s financial situation is very good. It’s because he has never made a crazy recruitment in the past few years,” adding, “A bookkeeper like Real would be enough to recruit Mbappe and Davis at the same time this summer.” Tebas confirmed the analysis that Real rarely bought players over the past few years was to secure a cap (book space) to recruit Mbappe or Elling Holan.
Lee Kang-in used to be evaluated as part of his policy to secure prospects in preparation for the departure of Mbappe from PSG. It is increasingly likely that the star will leave this summer and fundamentally reorganize the team.