PSG: Mbappé-Cristiano, Revolving Doors

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Al-galactic Khelafi’s PSG’s and universal dream knows no bounds. After a summer bombshell starring in recent days after surprisingly achieving the signing of Messi when everyone thought he would be renewed (or signed) with Barça, it now appears that the Parisian sheikh has not only decided not to sell Mbappé to Madrid this summer (it is not a money issue), but has already prepared the relief of Kylian for the following season.

The Frenchman’s contract will expire there, and he will be free to sign for the white club if he does not renew his contract with PSG (ends in 2022). PSG has assumed Mbappé’s free transfer to the Bernabéu at the end of next season, according to AS. They know the child is set in his ways about his stalled restoration and that nothing can persuade him otherwise. PSG will employ Cristiano Ronaldo in return, who will be free to depart Juventus on June 30, 2022.

Conclusion: At the transfer level, PSG will replace one card for another at no cost. He won’t receive a euro from Madrid, but he already has a gold replacement that costs the same. If Messi, Neymar, and Cristiano are all on the same team, the 2015 Ballon d’Or podium will be a no-brainer. Messi won that edition with 41.3 percent of the vote, Cristiano came in second with 27.7%, and Neymar came in third with 7.8%. Al-Khelafi has long wanted to bring the three together in Paris, and now that Messi is closed, he is getting closer. Cristiano’s agent, Jorge Mendes, is already aware of the situation.

Cristiano would also benefit from a boost in motivation. He would arrive in Paris at the age of 37 and sign two more contracts, leaving him at 39, the age at which he is considering retiring or moving to a less demanding football environment such as the United States or Qatar. Furthermore, if Cristiano departs through the same door as Mbappé, barely nobody in the Parque de los Prncipes will be upset. PSG’s gigantic project has been unveiled, and it looks a lot like the one Florentino Pérez erected in Madrid between 2000 and 2004.


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