Kylian Mbappé signed his contract with Real Madrid and reached an agreement until 2029 with the LaLiga giants, according to reports in Spain.
The French superstar has been pursued by the Spanish side for years and rumors that he could join only intensified after informing PSG last week that he would be leaving in the summer and that his contract would expire.
And now brand have reported that Mbappé already signed his agreement to join Madrid two weeks ago, with the player “assuming a firm commitment” to the Bernabéu team.
Mail Sport reported last week that Madrid are set to make Mbappe the club’s highest-earning player, surpassing the £10.3m per season they pay Jude Bellingham and Vinicius Junior.
They will also pay a registration fee of around £85.5m and open talks about what percentage of their image rights they retain.
Kylian Mbappé has signed his contract with Real Madrid after informing PSG that he will leave the club this summer, according to reports
The Frenchman was expected to join Carlo Ancelotti’s team after informing PSG that he would be leaving this summer.
The Marca report claims that Mbappé’s team told PSG to “not bother” making him any more offers to stay at the French club because they had already reached an agreement with Madrid.
Los Blancos had contacted the player’s entourage in the first days of the new year to ask if he was still planning to join Madrid after negotiations between the two sides the previous summer, he says, and Mbappé gave a “positive” response.
He adds that Madrid no longer saw Mbappé as a player they wanted to sign ‘at any price’, knowing that they already had Vinicius Jr and Jude Bellingham as ‘two of the best footballers on the planet’.
But at the beginning of February the club opened full negotiations with the aim of closing the deal as soon as possible.
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