The majority of participants in the “Al-Bayan” poll believe that the transfer of Paris Saint-Germain player Kylian Mbeki to Real Madrid is currently in the best interests of the French star, especially in light of the reports’ player’s desire to leave the Paris Club and join the “Merengue” line.
79% of respondents in the report vote in favor of Mbappe’s move to Real Madrid, while 20% want to stay in Paris Saint-Germain.
“Sports Report” asked a question about which is better for the young French star, staying in Real Madrid or Paris Saint-Germain, so the results come with a big difference in light of the majority’s desire to see Mbappe. Considered one of the biggest summer Mercado deals this season in the Madridista club lineup. Details if possible.
75% of respondents to the “Sports Statement” account on the social networking site “Twitter” liked the player’s transfer to the Spanish club, while 25% supported his stay in the French capital.
The percentage on the newspaper’s website did not vary greatly, with 83% wanting the player to go to Real and 17% wanting him to stay.
Reports confirmed that Real Madrid had offered 17 170 million to sign Mbappe, but the French club turned down another offer from the Spanish club, as things were still unresolved about the expected deal. The ball will complete the historic Mercado. Internationally, at a time when the international media indicated that Kylian Mbabane wanted to go to Real Madrid.
Walit al-Shamsi, the players’ agent, felt that it would be better for Mbappe to go to Real Madrid than to stay in Paris Saint-Germain, as he would be the first star in the Meringue line-up and he is less likely to attract the attention of Messi, who is always focused on him, in addition to the Brazilian star. Neymar.
He added: “Mbappe will shine more brightly during his transfer to Real Madrid, especially since he is still a young player and has been brilliant for many years. I think the Paris Saint-Germain deal is good for their benefit and to add Messi to the deal for a hefty sum.
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