Zapping Eleven Mondial Top 20: players at the end of their contract in the summer of 2021
As Josep Pedrerol explained last night on the El Chiringuito program, it was by an e-mail sent at 6 p.m. that Real Madrid sent their last proposal to PSG for Kylian Mbappé. 170 million euros plus 10 million “quasi-automatic” bonuses, all easily attainable, if we are to believe the information from the Parisian. It is therefore a global proposal of 180 million which is on the table, 20 more than the first, and which necessarily pushes Paris to think.
And in this reflection, Real Madrid plays the pressure card on the opposing camp to the full, by letting information filter through which places PSG at the foot of the wall. According to several sources including journalist Fabrizio Romano, this offer made by the Merengue club would be the last. Which obviously places the Parisian club facing a terrible reflection. Can we refuse such a proposal one year from the end of the contract of a player who wants to leave?
Official bid from Real Madrid for Kylian Mbappé still on the table. € 170m plus € 10m and this will be the final one. Negotiations will take place today between PSG and Real. ⚪️?? #Real Madrid # Mbappé
Real Madrid know that Mbappé is pushing. He only wants Real Madrid. Patience. pic.twitter.com/FOj231gw6J
– Fabrizio Romano (@FabrizioRomano) August 26, 2021
Except that this so-called intransigence of Real Madrid is above all akin to a stroke of bluff. The team underlines, in fact, sources in support, that the Madrid club has not come to that point to give up a few million. “From good Madrid sources, we also slipped that the club would not take the risk of losing the 2018 world champion for a few million euros”. Regardless, this strategy seems to be working. RMC announced it last night, PSG would now be open to discussion with Real Madrid.
Real Madrid have indeed formulated a new offer to PSG for Kylian Mbappé. And lets filter that it would be the last. A definitive posture which is more akin to bluffing something else in close negotiations.