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Real Madrid cannot afford to sign PSG superstar, Kylian Mbappe

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Real Madrid in financial trouble over key signing of Kylian Mbappe

Just like all footballing organizations all over the world, Los Blancos have also been hit with financial problems. The coronavirus has had an effect on almost every club in a massive way. Real Madrid have been heavily linked with French superstar, Kylian Mbappe for quite a while now. The youngster too has stated multiple times how that it would be an honor for him to represent the Royal White jersey. Growing up as a whole fan of Zinedine Zidane, this is an ideal situation for the Paris Saint Germain star as he would get to play for his favorite club growing up and he would be coached under his idol.

However, multiple reports now suggest that the 13 time UCL winners may have a problem with signing the PSG star. Financial problems over at the Bernabeu due to the pandemic have heavily damaged regular income. The La Liga giants would definitely have to cut and reduce wages of other players if they want to bring in the 21-year-old and maintain his heavy wages. The star earns heavy paychecks every week which may be a luxury that the owners at Paris Saint-Germain can afford but for now, Real may have a problem affording.

The World Cup winner would be a fantastic solution for Real Madrid at this point as they have been having trouble finding a proper right winger for quite a while now. Gareth Bale too is now away at North London playing under Jose Mourinho back at his former club Tottenham Hotspur.

However, the La Liga giants have to maintain the likes of Kylian Mbappe for a long time a lot of financial issues would have to be addressed, as the player has achieved a lot for his age. He has won the World Cup at 19 years of age and he recently just crossed a 100 goals for Paris Saint Germain alone. Madrid want the player in their ranks under all circumstances in 2021 and must find a way to wrangle the money.

Image Credit – Kylian Mbappe Twitter

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Debraj Mukherjee

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