Spanish La Liga side appears ready to count their losses with Eden Hazard after they submitted an official bid to sign France and Paris Saint Germain speedy attacker Kylian Mbappe who dreams of joining the side.
As reported by skysports news, Real Madrid are long-term admirers of the World cup winner and see him as the next galactico to arrive at the Santiago Bernabeu stadium before the transfer window closes.
Madrid have been encouraged to pursue the signature of Kylian after the player rejected two contract offers with the champions league semi-finalists who have had a successful window signing Messi, Wijnaldum and Donarumma as free agents.
Should Real manage to prize Mbappe from Real Madrid, it will spell the end of Belgian maestro Eden Hazard who has endured an injury-prone career since moving from Chelsea in a mega-money deal.
PSG are certain to play the hardball in parting ways with Kylian Mbappe this summer but the writings are now on the wall for this move to be completed in the coming days and should the Ligue 1 side reject the current bid, Real will definitely be improving the offer to sign their number one target.
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