22 year old French wonderkid Kylian Mbappe has made his intentions clear and that is he wants to leave Paris Saint Germain for his dream club Real Madrid.The Spanish giants have already made two bids for Mbappe the first being 160 million euros which was rejected and the second 180 million.The French club are happy with the second bid and the only thing left is getting a replacement for Kylian before they finally let him go.With Christiano Ronaldo already signed by his former club Manchester United,Paris Saint Germain have identified Everton and Brazil forward Richarlison as Mbappe's perfect replacement.The French giants have been convinced by the Brazilian's performance at the Copa America and the just concluded Olympics.Richarlison managed managed to score 7 goals and provide 3 assists in the two competitions.Having played with Neymar at national level,Paris Saint Germain believe Richarlison will adapt into their system as soon as possible.
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