The world of football is in a state of constant flux, with rumors and transfer dealings always at the forefront. And such has been the case again today as Real Madrid have reportedly decided to wait for Kylian Mbappe’s release clause before signing him from Paris Saint-Germain on a free transfer this summer.
Real Madrid are waiting to sign striker Kylian Mbappe from PSG for free in 2019. The French international has just concluded his loan spell at fellow Ligue 1 side Monaco and is now back with the reigning champions where he will be available on a free transfer.
The “mbappe transfer” is a rumor that has been circulating around the internet for quite some time. Real Madrid are said to be waiting to sign Kylian Mbappe for free.
Discover all of the significant transactions and see how we ranked the biggest acquisitions during the summer transfer season, which was unlike any other. Even if the window is closed until January, the rumors will continue to circulate. Here’s the most recent rumors and conjecture.
TOP STORY: Real Madrid will hold off on signing Kylian Mbappe on a free transfer.
Real Madrid is willing to wait until June 2022 to make a proposal for Paris Saint-Germain star Kylian Mbappe, according to Mundo Deportivo.
Mbappe, 22, has a contract that ends next summer, and if he does not sign a new one, he will be able to negotiate a pre-contract deal with Real Madrid or any other club outside of Ligue 1 in January in the hopes of going for free.
Despite the expiration of his contract, Madrid made a last offer of €200 million to sign Mbappe in August, but PSG did not respond, according to sources close to the LaLiga club.
According to insiders, Mbappe has been Real Madrid’s top transfer target for many seasons. In preparation for the arrival of Mbappe, the club has been carefully controlling its expenditure, with no transfer fees spent on first-team players since 2019, as well as the exits of Sergio Ramos, Raphael Varane, and Martin Odegaard this summer.
Despite PSG’s best efforts, the France international has made it obvious that he wants to transfer to Madrid and will not renew his contract with the club.
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Goalkeeper Dean Henderson wants to quit Manchester United, according to 90min.
Henderson, 24, is a distant second behind David de Gea in the pecking order and has only made one start since May (in the EFL Cup). Henderson is under contract until 2025, and despite United’s willingness to loan him out, he wants to go permanently.
“Henderson is skeptical about the merits of a long-term loan and would prefer to achieve a permanent deal, since there is no sign that the club is ready to move on from current number one De Gea,” according to the article.
De Gea’s contract with the club ends in 2023, and the club is said to have contacted him about extending it.
12.35 GMT: Manchester United’s executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward said the club is dedicated to success with manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer as the club released its latest financial figures.
United’s earnings increased by 16 percent to £126.5 million in a statement released on Wednesday, due in part to fans returning to Old Trafford after the coronavirus outbreak, but Woodward said it was “performance on the field” that mattered more.
Six of Solskjaer’s team’s past 12 games have ended in defeat, putting pressure on the Norwegian ahead of Saturday’s trip to Watford.
“While today’s financial results illustrate our resiliency in the face of the epidemic,” Woodward added, “our first focus is victory on the field.” “The manager, the players, and everyone at the club are all focused on achieving that goal.”
12.19 a.m. GMT: Mino Raiola, the agent of Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba, spoke to Tuttomercatoweb regarding his client’s future.
Pogba, who is set to become a free agent this summer, has been linked with moves to PSG, Juventus, and Real Madrid. United expects him to depart when his contract ends, according to ESPN sources.
Raiola said, “Dreaming is free; those who do not dream are dead.” “I don’t prevent anybody from dreaming; I do it myself every day, so let’s dream; it’s healthy for you. Then we’ll have to wait and see whether they come true.”
“December is the month for dreaming, with Christmas and all the holidays,” he continued when asked about the financial aspect of Pogba’s move to Juventus. It’s still too early to tell; we’ll have to wait and see what occurs. We’re not sure why, but when we mention Pogba in England, even the dead come to life.
“So it’s probably best not to speak about that, because if former Manchester United players don’t talk about Pogba and myself, they won’t talk about anything else. As a result, it’s best not to bring it up.”
Full-backs Diogo Dalot and Kieran Trippier’s fates are interwoven, according to Gianluca Di Marzio.
AS Roma want to acquire Dalot from Manchester United, but the Red Devils would only let him leave if Atletico Madrid agrees to let them sign Trippier.
Trippier, 31, has been a target for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side for months, but the €40 million release clause in his contract has deterred them. Roma are interested in signing Dalot, a 22-year-old midfielder, on a loan deal with the potential of a permanent deal.
Dani Alves, a 38-year-old right-back, has just been re-signed by Barcelona.
10.11 a.m. GMT: According to ESPN Argentina writer Gustavo Yarroch, Juventus is contemplating signing Julian Alvarez from River Plate during the January transfer window.
According to Yarroch, the clubs have already had exploratory conversations, with the Italian giants interested in paying roughly €15 million upfront plus €10 million in add-ons, subject to certain conditions.
River, on the other hand, would want his €20 million release clause, which would rise to €25 million if the bid came in the last 10 days of the transfer window.
09.45 GMT: Sport1 reports that Bayern Munich and goalkeeper Manuel Neuer are in discussions about a new deal.
Neuer, 35, wants to extend his contract until 2025, and the club is in agreement that he should do so.
08.51 GMT: Benfica have dismissed rumours that they are considering changing their coach, insisting that Jorge Jesus would stay in charge at least until next summer.
Benfica are third in the Primeira Liga, one point behind champions FC Porto, and will meet Barcelona at Camp Nou next week in the Champions League. After a 5-2 loss to Bayern Munich on November 2, they are third in Group E of the Champions League.
According to reports in Portugal, Benfica has already approached Vitoria SC coach Pepa to replace Jorge Jesus, who joined the club from Flamengo in 2020.
“The approach of disseminating misinformation to split the Benfica supporters reached an untenable scale earlier this week,” a club statement claimed. It is untrue that Benfica is planning Jorge Jesus’ exit from his team’s technical direction. Benfica has not formed relationships with other coaches or their representatives, which is incorrect.
“Such a falsehood offends not only Benfica and its coach Jorge Jesus, but also Vitoria SC and its coach Pepa, as well as all journalism’s core ethics. We make a strong pitch to our backers. May we stay unified, calm, and focused on the goal that we all want to achieve: victory. Always come out on top!”
08.30 GMT: Villarreal president Fernando Roig is optimistic that young midfielder Yeremi Pino will stay at the club until 2027 after signing a three-year extension to his contract.
In a news conference, Roig commented, “It’s a tremendous pleasure for us.” “He is a key player for Villarreal and an example of what we are looking for. He came from Las Palmas at the age of 14 and has already made it to the national squad after just five years.”
Yeremi, 19, helped Villarreal win the Europa League in his first season with the first squad last season. This season, he has two goals in 15 appearances for Villarreal in all competitions, earning him a position in Spain’s national squad. Real Madrid was one of the teams interested in signing Yeremi.
“If an offer comes in the future, we will examine it the same way we have always done,” Roig added. “But my hope is that Yeremi’s contract will be renewed before 2027. He has a bright future ahead of him.”
Meanwhile, Yeremi claims he is unconcerned about his €80 million release clause. He said, “I don’t care about the provision.” “I want to stay here for a long time. I’m really pleased with what they’ve given me and want to repay their kindness by giving this club what it deserves.”
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GOSSIP ON PAPER
– Dani Olmo’s transfer from RB Leipzig to Barcelona had appeared all but certain, but El Nacional now claims that the deal is in jeopardy. When the Blaugrana sought to recruit him at the conclusion of the summer transfer window, the midfielder, who came through Barca’s La Masia program, made it plain that he wants to play at Camp Nou. However, owing to Barcelona’s interest in Manchester City’s Raheem Sterling, the Spain international is reportedly having second thoughts.
– According to Le10 Sport, Arsenal has joined AC Milan in expressing interest in Lille midfielder Renato Sanches. While the Gunners have yet to make a bid for the Portugal international, it is said that they have shown an interest in him and may make an offer in the coming weeks. Various sites have recently connected Wolverhampton Wanderers with a transfer.
– According to Nicolo Schira, Fluminense have began discussions with Thiago Silva’s agency in the hopes of bringing him back after he departed for AC Milan in 2007. While the centre-Chelsea back’s contract expires in 2022, he remains committed to the club, with talks on a contract extension expected in the coming weeks.
– According to Calciomercato, Juventus are interested in signing FC Midtjylland midfielder Jens Cajuste. The Serie A club has been connected with a number of midfielders, as well as Aaron Ramsey and Adrien Rabiot, and it seems that the 22-year-old Sweden international is now on their radar.
– According to Football Insider, Dean Smith, who has taken over as Norwich City manager, is trying to sign Conor Hourihane on loan. The Irishman is now on loan at Sheffield United from Aston Villa, although he has failed to get playing time with the Blades. Villa, Smith hopes, will be able to recall the player and loan him out again.
– According to Gazzetta dello Sport, AS Roma are ready to extend the contracts of defender Gianluca Mancini and midfielder Ebrima Darboe. The former is returning from international duty and will sign a contract that will keep him at the club until 2026, with a salary of more than €3 million a season; the latter will stay for the same amount of time.
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