The likelihood of Chelsea and Real Madrid pursuing PSG star Kylian Mbappe has increased. Mbappe’s unwillingness to commit to a contract extension last summer has laid the stage for a very likely exit, even though he has surprise stayed in Paris this season. As a result, the top teams in Europe have been closely observing the Frenchman’s circumstances and may be getting ready to make a huge offer to sign the exceptional forward.
Chelsea and Real Madrid are two possible bidders. Madrid has long been considered as the logical destination for Mbappe’s superstar career, and this is the worst-kept secret. A move for Mbappe during the summer was being considered by Chelsea, who are among the few teams financially enough to make a deal for the 24-year-old. The Ligue 1 star is one less rival for both European powerhouses to worry about today, according to reports.
According to Florian Plettenberg of Sky Sport, Liverpool will not pursue Kylian Mbappe when he becomes available in 2024. Plettenberg asserts that Real Madrid will inevitably continue to be Mbappe’s most likely destination when the transfer deadline rolls around in 2019 or 2020. Chelsea’s standing as possible bidders should increase as long as they can afford to make a move for the elite forward. Though it is unlikely that Mbappe will come to Stamford Bridge, or to any Premier League team for that matter,
With Neymar and Cristiano Ronaldo previously being linked to transfers to CFC, it has been stated that Blues owner Todd Boehly is keen to make a star signing for Chelsea since taking over. Mbappe would transform the game for the Blues both on and off the field, even though there are little odds of the French sensation moving to West London.