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Kylian Mbappe 'signed Real Madrid contract two weeks ago' as details of stunning deal emerge

Kylian Mbappe 'signed Real Madrid contract two weeks ago' as details of stunning deal emerge

Big news coming out of Spain.

Kylian Mbappe has already signed a contract to join Real Madrid from next season, according to stunning reports from Spain.

Mbappe informed PSG last week, as per The Athletic, that he would be leaving the French giants upon the expiry of his contract in June.

RMC Sport report that he then told his PSG team-mates in a short speech ahead of training on Friday morning.

Mbappe, who is the Ligue 1 top goalscorer this season with 22 goals, added a further strike to his tally on Sunday when he came off the bench to score during a 2-0 win over Nantes.

Before he leaves the Parc des Princes, he will also hope to help his current club to win their first Champions League title.

But the rumour mill now will centre around his next destination, with Real Madrid, Manchester City, Arsenal and Liverpool all linked with making moves for the 25-year-old.

But Spanish outlet Marca claim that a deal with Real has already been agreed.

It is claimed that Mbappe signed a five-year contract with Los Blancos two weeks ago, and that a deal had already been finalised at the point in which he informed PSG president Nasser Al-Khelaifi of his departure from the French club.

The report also allege that Mbappe will become one of the top earners at the Bernabeu, with the major dispute that had been holding up the deal relating to image rights - a condition which Real are said to have been able to lower over time in order to ensure that Mbappe's overall wage fits within their salary brackets.

However, the exact details of the Frenchman's salary package has yet to be confirmed.

Clubs have been able to approach Mbappe with a pre-contract offer since the beginning of January, as is custom for players that enter the final six months of their contract.

The Frenchman has yet to publicly comment on the situation, but is set to be on the move next season in one of the biggest transfers in recent football history.

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Topics: Kylian Mbappe, Paris Saint-Germain, Real Madrid, Football