Real Madrid are interested in signing one of the world’s best players and have now deviced a professional and futuristic plan to land him.
Real Madrid president Florentino Perez along with his directors and first-team coach Zinedine Zidane as a closely linked ally has plans to secure the long-term future of Real Madrid. The signings of Andriy Lunin, Eder Militao, Ferland Mendy, Martin Odegaard, Marco Asensio and Vinicius Jr. were all statements of the same.
Besides that, the club has been committed to developing better players from its academy in the past. From the present squad, the likes of Federico Valverde and Nacho Fernandez amongst others have come up through the ranks so the picture for the 13-time European champions is looking very bright even a few years down the line.
Having said that, Real Madrid’s supreme objective remains the France international Kylian Mbappe. Paris Saint-Germain’s lethal marksman definitely has a future at the Santiago Bernabeu Stadium sooner or later and the Whites have now set a date of 2021 in order to land their chief target. With the day of his arrival pulling closer, there is crucial growth.
Diario GOL now claims that Los Blancos have a well-mapped plan to welcome the World Cup winner onto their roster. While Mbappe’s stay at the Parc des Princes will entire its final year in 2021, there is wide expectation that the cost of his deal could reach 350 million euros including transfer fees, bonuses and other sums involved in a massive signing.
Florentino Perez now is certain of spending close to the estimated price tag and has decided to pay it out in four instalments which will comprise over two seasons. Right from his first days in Madrid, Mbappe will be made the highest paid player at the club and one of the world’s best-paid with 30 million euros of annual wage.
Kylian Mbappe doesn’t need much introduction and will certainly walk into the right wing of the Real Madrid squad. There’s probably nobody better than him in the out-wide flank in Zidane’s current roster and he could expected himself to be lined up beside French-speaking players in Eden Hazard and Karim Benzema, who he both has great admiration for.
Zinedine Zidane, despite being under pressure at the club at different points of a season is expected to continue as manager at least for a few more years unless he himself calls it a day like in 2018. With another year of silverware looming on the horizon for the Merengues, Mbappe’s arrival would only make them a more dangerous force across Europe.
Los Blancos are currently on top of La Liga and could lead Barcelona by four points by Friday should they pick up a win when they host Getafe. An in-form side is on its way to a record 34th league crown, but the Champions League doesn’t look like a dream this season with Manchester City in the driving seat after a first-leg lead of 2-1.