Real Madrid preparing to announce Kylian Mbappé signing within days


Real Madrid is planning to declare the acquisition of Kylian Mbappé for free at the beginning of this week. Mbappé, who has been a striker for Paris Saint-Germain for seven years, revealed last month that he would be leaving the team. His mother, Fayza Lamari, has stated that he will be joining a place that is well known, but the specific location has yet to be officially confirmed.

Madrid decided to delay making any official announcement until the end of their season. After winning their 15th Champions League title and France's coach, Didier Deschamps, expressing his desire to have his captain's future sorted out before the Euros, Real Madrid can now finally release a statement. The club is aiming to make the announcement on Monday.

They don't expect to introduce Mbappé until the middle of July because France is getting ready for this year's competition. It's unclear if Mbappé will join the Olympics as well.

Carlo Ancelotti refused to comment on Mbappé's potential transfer to Real Madrid after the Champions League final on Saturday. Ancelotti explained that he didn't want to discuss players that were not currently on Madrid's team. However, Jude Bellingham had a different opinion and expressed how Mbappé's arrival would elevate their game and bring them to new heights.

Madrid has been chasing Mbappé for seven years, and everyone knew about it for a long time. He is now 25 years old and his contract is up, which means PSG will lose him for free. This is despite PSG turning down a €200m offer from Madrid in 2021. Mbappé never won the Champions League while in France, so he's leaving to join the team that has won it the most times.

On Sunday evening, Madrid is going to have a grand event to celebrate winning a trophy, which will involve a parade going to different places like the city hall, the cathedral, the statue of Cibeles, and the Santiago Bernabéu. According to the president, Florentino Pérez, Real Madrid really loves the European Cup and always wins it. Even if some players leave, the team always succeeds in this competition because it's their thing.

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