While Mbappe wants Real Madrid move, this star is happy at his current club

Kylian Mbappe is showing more interest in joining Madrid while another target is comfortable.

Kylian Mbapee is getting closer to accept Real Madrid while another player might not.

The Kylian Mbappe and Real Madrid saga continues, but this time, there might be good news for Madrid fans. Mbappe seems to be determined to leave PSG this summer after reports suggest the French winger will decide to announce it this month. Mbappe would leave the French club on a free transfer since his contract with PSG expires this summer.

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Reports from Caught Offside suggest that Mbappe will not be moving to the Premier League this summer. His only two options will be either staying at PSG for more years or joining Real Madrid. Fabrizio Romano stated that Real Madrid are working very hard behind the scenes on the Mbappe deal.

Matteo Morreto is another reliable journalist who suggests something similar. Real Madrid is confident about getting a deal done to bring Mbappe in the summer. It is understandable why the club wants Mbappe since he already has 20 goals in Ligue 1. Last season, he had 29 goals; Mbappe could beat that record with 14 more league games to go.

Mbappe also scored the most outside-the-box goals this season out of any player from the top five European leagues, with six goals. Even though this seems like good news for Real Madrid fans, they also receive bad news as another target is focused on his club rather than joining Real Madrid this summer.

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