During the 2022 World Cup, Kylian Mbappe demonstrated his future stardom in football and his potential to win several Ballon d’Or awards during his career.
After scoring a hat-trick in the World Cup final, despite losing to Argentina in the shootout, his pace and goal-scoring prowess elevate him to among the greatest in the world, if not the best.
He hasn’t yet won the Champions League with Paris Saint-Germain, though, and there are increasing calls for the attacker to leave Ligue 1 and go with a prestigious team like Real Madrid.
Mbappe will once more be pursued by Real Madrid
Real Madrid is one team that has long been after him and nearly signed him last year.
Prior to the 2022–23 season, Florentino Perez had already planned on his coming, but the player abruptly declined the offer and chose to remain in France.
The Spanish capital felt uneasy as a result, and it appeared that there was no chance left of seeing Mbappe in white.
However, it appears that Real Madrid has not forgotten about Mbappe, as the Spanish club is reportedly prepared to pay one billion euros to sign the French superstar in the summer of 2023, according to the Italian tabloid La Gazzetta dello Sport.
Nothing has been officially announced by Real Madrid, and it is difficult to imagine that the team would spend this much money on a player—especially after Florentino Perez felt deceived by the club’s abrupt change of heart in the summer of 2022.
Even said, Mbappe is expected to be the player of the next ten years, and Real Madrid enjoys having the finest players in the world wear white.