Since his special season at Monaco in 2017 at a young age, Kylian Mbappe's star has shone all through to date playing entertaining football. Many clubs have always been after him since then, even after joining France giants Paris St Germain. Some of the clubs include Real Madrid and Liverpool, among others.
Real Madrid have always seemed a likely destination for the young gun. They have been at the front line since the beginning and eventually things are starting to fall into place for them.
During the weekend after the French footballer's union ceremony, Spanish magazine 'Marca' reported that an agreement between Mbappe and Madrid had already been reached and there will be no going back. The magazine also made sure to remove Liverpool from the prospective destinations for Mbappe since Madrid have already sealed the deal.
In another interesting turn of events, earlier today PSG's online shop appeared to have removed Kylian Mbappe's shirts from the shop for sale. Neymar and Messi's merchandise can still be found but the shop does not have Mbappe's. This is surely a sign of big things to be announced soon.
As things stand, the only person to make the news public to confirm the transfer is Kylian himself. This is so because Madrid also said themselves that the player is the one to announce the final decision on his future.
Real Madrid fans definitely have something to smile about with the way things seem to be happening in this transfer. We only wait to see what happens.
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