Kylian Mbappe tells Real Madrid he wants to become a Madridista this summer

Mbappe’s desire is clear…

Following a meeting back in July between the father of Kylian Mbappe and Real Madrid’s representatives, the teenage sensation has informed the Spanish champions of his desire to play in Madrid colours next season.

In addition to this news, according to French sources Le10Sport and L’Equipe, Mbappe has now made the decision to leave AS Monaco this summer.

Real Madrid have also received a huge boost in their bid to sign the breakout star, with Paris Saint-Germain dropping out of the race after completing the world record signing of Neymar.

Manchester City, however, remain in the race to sign Mbappe, with Guardiola informing the Monaco forward that he would play a key role in his project in Manchester.
Potentially late deal

Madrid have become accustomed to completing deals very late on in the summer transfer window, having seen the likes of Bale and Modric arriving late in previous summer’s.

AS are excepting a similar situation with Mbappe, as Madrid are ‘apparently relaxed over sercuring a deal for the 18 year-old at this moment in time.

Los Blancos are however keen to add firepower to their frontline this summer following a lack of goals during pre-season, with 5 goal in 4 games.
Zidane’s magic

French legend and current Real Madrid manager Zinedine Zidane is keen on bringing Kylian Mbappe to Spain this summer and AS understand that ‘Zizou’ could play a key role in Mbappe arriving this summer.

Mbappe admiration for fellow countryman Zidane is very high and the prospect of working under him could well play a big factor in the move happening this summer.