Record figures, no to Real Madrid
Kylian Mbappe stays at Paris Saint-Germain, says no to Real Madrid and prepares to sign a three-year contract destined to shock the world of football with record numbers between bonuses and salaries. The attacker, 23, has dissolved the doubts: no to the blancos, sanctioned by a Whatsapp message to President Florentino Perez. Mbappe will remain at PSG after the ‘indecent proposal’ of the Parisian club.
The official figures are not known, but from France and Spain – where Real is chewing bitter – impressive numbers bounce. Mbappe will receive a huge signing bonus: we are talking about at least 130 million euros. He will then receive a record salary of at least 50 million net per season. In total, the PSG embarks on a 400 million euro operation, with many greetings to the financial fair play heralded by UEFA in recent years. And that’s not all.
Apparently, Nasser Al-Khelaifi’s Qatari PSG promised Mbappé a substantial control over the management of the team: the attacker will be able to have his say on purchases, transfers and – why not – the coach. An unprecedented agreement, not exactly in line with the ‘football of the people’ that Uefa led by president Aleksander Ceferin proposes precisely in tandem with Al-Khelaifi, number 1 of the ECA (association of top European clubs), as opposed to the project Super league supported by the ‘rich’ Real Madrid, Barcelona and Juventus. in Spain, the president of La Liga, Javier Tebas, has always opposed the Super League. Now, after the shock Mbappé, he has discovered the other side of the coin: “What PSG is doing with the renewal of Mbappé at enormous amounts (to know where and how they pay him) after the losses of 700 million in recent seasons and with wages exceeding 600 million, it is an insult to football. Al-Khelaifi is as dangerous as the Super League. “