World champion believes the signing of Mbappé will be a problem for Real Madrid

This midfielder is a legend in France and now has his say on Kylian.

By William Estrella

Bad news for them.
Bad news for them.
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The last few days have been very intense for Paris Saint-Germain and Real Madrid fans. They received the news last Thursday that Kylian Mbappé had a meeting with Nasser Al-Khelaifi, owner of the French side, in which he told him of his decision to leave the club after the end of the 2023/24 season. Not only that, but he also seems to have chosen his next destination.

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Marca reported on Monday that there is already a signed agreement between the French striker and Real Madrid, which means that next summer he will join Carlo Ancelotti's squad as a free agent. If this information is true, the key date will be July 1, when the contract between 'Kiki' and PSG will expire and he will have absolute freedom to go to the club of his choice.

Spanish fans are happy with this news, as they will finally be able to see one of the best strikers in the world wearing the white shirt at the Santiago Bernabeu Stadium. And he will join the team's other stars, forming a fearsome attacking quartet with Jude Bellingham, Rodrygo Goes and Vinicius Junior.

However, some do not share this enthusiasm. Emmanuel Petit was a world champion with the French national team in 1998 and shone for years at top clubs such as Arsenal, AS Monaco, Barcelona and Chelsea. Now retired, he gave an interview to AS newspaper and gave his opinion on the possible transfer of Mbappé to Real Madrid: "If Mbappé goes to Madrid, that could be a problem. Not only in terms of salary in the dressing room, but also in terms of leadership".

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What does he mean?

Then Petit explained the reasons for his concern: "Bellingham has been incredible, just like Vinicius, and if he (Mbappé) goes to Madrid, he will have to play as a striker, just like he did recently at PSG. But we all know this is not his best position. There are a lot of questions and no answers." Then the former midfielder was critical of Kylian and assured: "We are all tired in France. Every six months, it's always the same story on the table. Is he leaving? Is he staying? We're fed up in France too".

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