FOOTBALL – PSG Mercato: Succession Mbappe, Paris aims a legendary blow

At the end of his contract, Kylian Mbappe has still not renewed with PSG and Real Madrid is announced as the favorite to welcome him next summer. In search of a caliber to eventually ensure the succession of the tricolor striker, the club of the capital is simply targeting a legendary move.

PSG engaged in a tough battle for the succession of Mbappé

A real phenomenon since the last few seasons, Erling Haaland is going to be one of the main hits of the summer of 2022. Despite a contract running until June 2024, the Norwegian international has a special clause to leave Borussia Dortmund at the end of the current season against a check between 75 and 10 million euros. According to ESPN, this low price has attracted a lot of interest, with no less than five of Europe’s top teams fighting for the 21-year-old striker’s signature.

In search of a possible successor to Kylian Mbappe, Paris Saint-Germain is logically announced on this blow. Manchester United, Chelsea, Manchester City and Real Madrid are also interested in the profile of the number 9 of BVB. Given the quality of his courtiers, the former RB Salzburg player intends to take advantage of the opportunity to negotiate a golden contract.

Erling Haaland asks for a fortune to sign

To get the signature of Erling Haaland, it will be necessary to be particularly generous. Indeed, the American sports channel, ESPN, reveals that Mino Raiola, the agent of the Borussia Dortmund player, is demanding a salary of €600,000 per week, or an annual salary of €36 million. A salary requirement that could cool some suitors of the Leeds native.

Eager to move on in his career, Haaland has decided to change air next summer and Paris Saint-Germain could welcome him to take the place of Kylian Mbappe who could freely commit to Real Madrid. Especially since the salary claimed by the player can not be a major concern for the finances of a club like Paris Saint-Germain.

Case to follow then …

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