Real Madrid closely monitoring the situation of “angry” Mbappe

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Speculation surfaced about French football star Kylian Mbappe, who was close to joining Real Madrid, due to his lack of comfort with his team.

Mbappe appeared angry after he was substituted in the 79th minute of his team’s match against Angers, last Saturday, in the 20th round of the French League “League 1”, by Jesus Perez, assistant coach of Argentine Mauricio Pochettino, who carried out the duties of the latter subject to dismissal after He was infected with the Coronavirus.

And press reports talked about Mbappe’s future, in light of his unhappiness with his current term in Paris, and with the criticism that he is exposed to because of his level this season despite his top scorer in the league with 12 goals.

The Spanish newspaper “Marca” indicated that Real Madrid is closely monitoring Mbappe’s situation now after the young player was criticized by the French media recently because of his decline in his level, in conjunction with the ambiguity of his position on continuing with the Parisian club.

So far, Mbappe does not seem open to the idea of ​​extending his contract with Paris Saint-Germain, which extends until the end of next season, which reinforces the rumors of his departure, in light of the interest of several clubs to include him, headed by Real Madrid.

Mbappe is considered a dream deal for both Florentino Perez, president of Real Madrid, and Zinedine Zidane, coach of the royal team, noting that the player’s name has been associated with “Merengue” since his debut with Monaco, who left him to Paris in 2017.

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