Home Sports Kylian Mbappe will reveal his next club BEFORE Euro 2024 – with the France star expected to join Real Madrid – as he claims ‘no one talks about my future’ at PSG anymore

Kylian Mbappe will reveal his next club BEFORE Euro 2024 – with the France star expected to join Real Madrid – as he claims ‘no one talks about my future’ at PSG anymore

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Kylian Mbappé has revealed that he will make an announcement about his future before Euro 2024

Kylian Mbappé has revealed that he will make an announcement about his future before Euro 2024 begins.

Mbappé, 25, told PSG in February that he will leave the club when his contract expires this summer.

The striker has long been linked with a move to Real Madrid and was close to joining Los Blancos in the summer of 2022, before making a U-turn and signing a new contract with the Ligue 1 side.

However, Real have reportedly agreed a deal with Mbappe that will see the striker join on a free transfer in the summer, with a signing fee of £85.5m meaning the Spanish giants They’ll finally get their man after a seven-year search.

However, there has yet to be any official announcement regarding his future, but Mbappé explained that it will be made before this summer’s tournament in Germany, where he will captain France.

Kylian Mbappé has revealed that he will make an announcement about his future before Euro 2024

Kylian Mbappé has revealed that he will make an announcement about his future before Euro 2024

Mbappé informed PSG that he will leave the Club in the summer at the end of his contract

Mbappé informed PSG that he will leave the Club in the summer at the end of his contract

Mbappé informed PSG that he will leave the Club in the summer at the end of his contract

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“People will know my future before the Euro. I’m very calm,” he told Telefoot.

“My future is no longer a big issue at the club, no one talks to me about it anymore.

“I will be at the Eurocup with a calm head and ready to do great things.”

Mbappé’s announcement to PSG last month gave Real the green light to sign him after they wanted Mbappé to publicly show that he intended to leave the French club this time before making his move.

It was also interpreted as a clear sign that Mbappé is willing to abandon his financial demands. Madrid, a fourteen-time European Cup winner, has always maintained that it would not compete financially with PSG.

The Spanish club’s unwillingness to modify their wage structure to match the £21.4m annual salary the Frenchman earns in Paris after tax is no longer an issue as there would be no transfer fee to pay.

Mail Sport reported last month 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.

As mentioned, they will also pay a registration fee of around £85.5m and open talks about what percentage of their image rights they retain.

The player’s mother, Fayza Lamari, wants Madrid to abandon its usual 50-50 split between club and player and Madrid president Florentino Pérez is likely to give in to those demands.

Mbappé's announcement to PSG last month gave Real Madrid the green light to sign him

Mbappé's announcement to PSG last month gave Real Madrid the green light to sign him

Mbappé’s announcement to PSG last month gave Real Madrid the green light to sign him

Mbappé is expected to take the number 10 shirt that Luka Modric will vacate in the summer. His arrival would give Madrid a front line made up of Mbappé, Vinicius and Rodrygo, supported by Bellingham.

Despite constant speculation about his future, Mbappé has shown no signs of becoming distracted, with the striker scoring 38 goals in 37 games this season.

However, evidence of Mbappé’s pending departure has been shown by the fact that the Frenchman has only completed 90 minutes once in PSG’s last six league games, with manager Luis Enrique using other options that will be at the club. the next season.

In fact, the Spaniard recently said: “(We will) have to get used to playing without Mbappé, sooner or later.”

Mbape’s expected departure in the summer will end a transfer saga that has dragged on for the past few years.

One of the last elements of this came when Mbappé was exiled from the PSG squad last summer after informing the club that he would not sign a new contract.

He was subsequently left out of the club’s pre-season tour of Japan and South Korea and was forced to train with a group that became known as the “undesirables”, players whom PSG were attempting to expel.

Mbappé rejoined after missing the first game of the season against Lorient, which came after agreed to forgo bonuses owed to him, according to reports in France.

Despite constant speculation, Mbappé has scored 38 goals in 37 games in all competitions.

Despite constant speculation, Mbappé has scored 38 goals in 37 games in all competitions.

Despite constant speculation, Mbappé has scored 38 goals in 37 games in all competitions.

Mbappé insisted that he is 'calm' and admitted that no one talks about his future at PSG anymore

Mbappé insisted that he is 'calm' and admitted that no one talks about his future at PSG anymore

Mbappé insisted that he is ‘calm’ and admitted that no one talks about his future at PSG anymore

Meanwhile, Mbappé, who played the full 90 minutes of France’s 2-0 friendly loss to Germany on Saturday, also revealed that he is interested in representing Les Bleus at this summer’s Olympic Games in Paris.

Each team is allowed three over-age players, but clubs are under no obligation to release their players for the tournament as it falls outside a delegated international window.

And, speaking ahead of the friendly with Germany, Mbappé said: “I always wanted to play in the Olympic Games and my wish hasn’t changed… but if they don’t allow me, I will do what they tell me.” ‘

France will face Chile in a friendly on Tuesday, before Mbappé returns to PSG, with the Parisians 12 points clear of Brest at the top of Ligue 1 as they face a Ligue 1 quarter-final tie. Champions against Barcelona next month.

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