Kylian Mbappe and Erling Haaland are two of the most sought-after talents in world football at the moment, and their future could be decided soon. Real Madrid still see both players as well suited for their role at the Estadio Santiago Bernabeu, but decisions need to be made now as they look to build their squad ahead of the 2022/23 season.
The Spanish club are aware that they may have to wait another season to bring in Haaland, with many other sides also circulating, but in Mbappe’s case, it is a case of hoping he will not negotiate a new contract with Paris Saint-Germain.
Haaland looks set to make a decision this month, with things down for Mbappe due to Real Madrid’s clash with PSG in the 16th round of the Champions League. Nothing has changed for Mbappe, however, as he and Real Madrid want action. happened when his contract expired this summer, despite pressure from PSG and the player team. However, it is unlikely that any announcement will be made about this major continental merger.
Real Madrid have not been disappointed with the news that PSG will continue to try to extend Mbappe’s contract for another two years. They know that the Frenchman wants action and is confident that nothing has changed and that it will happen.
Real Madrid and Barcelona are both after Haaland
Haaland certainly have their favorite people in Spain, as both Real Madrid and Barcelona are determined to fight for the signature of the outstanding striker, who has scored a goal in each of the last two Bundesliga games.
Barcelona president Joan Laporta is adamant that Haaland will never wear a Real Madrid shirt, but his team’s current financial woes could prevent him from signing the young striker.
350 million euros needed for a deal
To bring in Erling Haaland, Real Madrid or Barcelona will need to set aside about 350 million euros.
The figure includes the 75million euros needed to run his release clause, as well as commissions paid to his agent Mino Raiola and his father and a salary to be paid to a player in six years.