The end of a long transfer saga. We know Kylian Mbappe's new club!

The end of a long transfer saga.  We know Kylian Mbappe's new club!

The end of one of the longest transfer sagas in football. Kylian Mbappe has been announced as the new player of Real Madrid. The first details have been provided.

“Real Madrid and Kylian Mbappe have reached an agreement under which he will be a Real Madrid player for the next five seasons,” Real Madrid said in a short statement. It must be admitted that the Royal team did not say much when it came to confirming the Frenchman's employment, and we are talking about the most important transfer of the summer window.

Kylian Mbappe joins Real Madrid for free

For several years, there has been a lot of talk about Mbappe playing for Real Madrid. So far, however, Paris Saint-Germain activists have done a lot to keep him at home. There were pay increases, but also other important things that kept the French in the French capital. Ultimately, however, he himself said that he intended to change the environment and play in one of the most legendary clubs in Europe.

He joins Real Madrid on a free transfer. All because his contract with Paris Saint-Germain ends at the end of June. The Royals want to build a galactic team for years to come, because Mbappe is still a young player, and he is to play in the Champions League winner's team for the next five seasons. Other important Real Madrid figures also have at least a few more years of playing at a high level ahead of them.

First the Euro, then further successes

Before playing for Real, Mbappe will obviously also take part in the European Championships in Germany. The nearly 25-year-old footballer already has two World Championship medals in his collection, but he has not had the opportunity to play for the highest honors at the Euro yet. Therefore, in the near future he will be highly motivated to triumph with France at this event.

Mbappe played in his previous club for seven years. During this time, he played in 308 matches, scoring 256 goals and providing 108 assists. Previously, he played for AS Monaco, where he made a name for himself. At that time, his teammate was Kamil Glik.

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