Real Madrid Closes the Door on Kylian Mbappe Amid Economic and Age Constraints

Cadena SER sources reveal that Real Madrid has definitively abandoned the pursuit of Kylian Mbappe, even for the 2024 transfer window. The decision stems from a careful evaluation of the economic implications associated with signing the French forward.

According to reports, Real Madrid calculated that Mbappe’s potential wages would exceed €20 million, even if acquired as a free agent next summer. It is speculated that he could demand a staggering €35 million, equivalent to his current earnings at PSG. This figure, three times higher than the club’s existing wage structure capped at €11 million per season (Toni Kroos’s salary), has led Real Madrid to reconsider their pursuit of the star player.

Moreover, the reported age factor comes into play, with Mbappe turning 26 in 2024. This violates Real Madrid’s transfer policy, which typically refrains from signing players above the age of 24/25.

Recently, Real Madrid issued a statement distancing themselves from any ongoing transfer negotiations with Mbappe. The club seems to be shifting its focus towards a younger and potentially lethal number 9 for the upcoming summer, signaling a strategic move to adhere to both financial constraints and transfer policy principles.

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