Mbappe to Real Madrid in exchange for a "complex deal" that takes into account the circumstances of Corona

Spanish newspaper "Defensa Central" reported that French Paris Saint-Germain had set its demands on Real Madrid in order to abandon its young star, Kylian Mbappe, as of next summer.

The newspaper said Wednesday that "Paris Saint-Germain is open to selling Mbappe and its sporting director Leonardo believes that the young Brazilian wing of Real Madrid, Vinicius Junior, can become the new Neymar in the French team, which makes him the first player on the deal, in addition to the French international defender Varane."

The newspaper added, "This complex deal, with the presence of Vinicius and Varane in the deal, and the need for the Parisian club for their efforts, makes the process of completing Mbappe transfer to the Real very available despite the financial crisis experienced by European clubs due to the Corona pandemic and the decline in revenues."

The newspaper pointed out that "the entry of Varane and Vinicius in the deal will reduce the value of Mbappe's departure from 150 million euros to 80 million."

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