Kylian Mbappe's future continues to be a subject of intense speculation, with reports from France suggesting that the Paris Saint-Germain star has reached an agreement with Real Madrid for a summer transfer when his contract expires.
However, Spanish outlet Marca has downplayed the excitement, indicating that this might follow the pattern of previous speculations surrounding Mbappe's potential move to Madrid. Mbappe's entourage has also denied any existing agreement with Carlo Ancelotti's team.
The French striker, who declined a contract renewal with PSG a few months ago, has a history of rejecting previous advances from Real Madrid.
This recent development follows a week of rumors linking Mbappe to a possible move to the Premier League, with the player being available on a free transfer. Liverpool, led by Jurgen Klopp, and financially capable Manchester City have been mentioned as potential suitors.
Mbappe, in a recent statement, indicated that he has not yet made a decision but assured that all parties involved have been protected according to an agreement made with the president of PSG in the summer.
Despite the global anticipation, Marca emphasizes that there is no final agreement between Mbappe and Real Madrid, and journalist Ramon Alvarez de Mon plans to update information within the next 24 hours.
While the report in Foot Mercato suggests that Mbappe reached an agreement with Real Madrid a few days ago, the tone of caution from Marca and those close to the player challenges the certainty of the transfer.
Mbappe's desire to control the situation is acknowledged, but official confirmation is still pending. The twists and turns in Mbappe's potential move continue, leaving fans and football pundits eagerly awaiting further developments in this high-profile transfer saga.