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Real Madrid rejects Mbappe’s demands in the transfer market

Real Madrid rejects Mbappe's demands in the transfer market

For a potential transfer to the Santiago Bernabeu this season, Kylian Mbappe of Paris Saint-Germain has made two conditions that Real Madrid have declined to meet.

After a disagreement with the PSG board, Mbappe has been linked to a move to Real Madrid.

After missing out on a deal to bring him to Santiago Bernabeu last summer, the Los Blancos are eager to sign him.

According to reports, the France captain informed PSG recently that he will not be renewing his current contract, which expires in 2024.

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As a result, Mbappe has been handed an ultimatum by the French Ligue 1 champions: sign a new contract or be sold.

Should the La League giants sign him, Mbappe allegedly prefers to play as a winger at Real Madrid rather than in a centre position, according to El Nacional.

Mbappe also wants to represent his team in Madrid by donning the storied No. 7 jersey.

They have rejected both of Mbappe’s demands, though, as Vinicius already plays in many other leagues, recently acquired the famous jersey number, and is anticipated to keep it going forward.

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