Florentino decides, the star to exit from Real Madrid to pay Mbappe’s salary

The Madrilean dirigeant already designed his master plan to keep the financial wealth of the club

By Mario Perez

Florentino Perez has a master plan to pay the salary of Kylian Mbappe at Real Madrid.
Florentino Perez has a master plan to pay the salary of Kylian Mbappe at Real Madrid.
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Real Madrid’s president Florentino Pérez would be determined to create an elite team for the next season, and the Madrilean dirigeant would have already designed the master plan ready to help the club to sign Kylian Mbappe as their next top football superstar.

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In this sense, according to the information offered by the Spanish sporting journal Marca in the last few hours, the Madrilean billionaire would have already sealed an agreement with the Frenchman to seal his transfer to the Whites.

The PSG superstar, who is considered an old ambition of Perez for Real Madrid, would have even closed some details of his contract at the Madrilean team, where he would earn around 15-20 million dollars per season, plus bonuses as compensation for arriving to the club as a free agent.

However, these amounts could discompensate the exemplary financial balance of Real Madrid, which made Florentino Perez to develop a plan to raise the 20 million of Mbappe’s contract and help the finances of the institution.

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This plan would be the sale of the Croatian midfielder Luka Modric, who despite having been a historic player for Real Madrid would have lost weight in the team, and could leave the club as a free agent after Florentino wouldn't have turned out the option of renewing his contract, as the $20 million per season earned by the Balkan would be used to pay almost the entire amount that Kylian Mbappe will earn for the same concept, while Modric could join the Saudi Pro League in a similar deal to the one leading Benzema to Al Ittihad last summer.

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