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Mbappe ‘signs’ for Real Madrid

France striker Kylian Mbappe has reportedly signed his contract to join Real Madrid as a free agent ahead of next season. In February, Mbappe told…

France striker Kylian Mbappe has reportedly signed his contract to join Real Madrid as a free agent ahead of next season.

In February, Mbappe told PSG that he will leave the club when his contract expires this summer.

The 25-year-old has been linked with a move to Real Madrid and almost joined Los Blancos in the summer of 2022, before he made a late U-turn and penned a new deal with the Ligue 1 side.

The forward had taken to social media to announce his exit from the Ligue 1 side but had kept his next destination a secret.

However, he will finally represent the Spanish giants, according to Italian Journalist Fabrizio Romano.

In a social media post on Sunday, Romano said everything has been agreed, adding that Mbappe had penned a contract with the club.

“Kylian Mbappé to Real Madrid, HERE WE GO! Every document has been signed, sealed and completed.

“Real Madrid, set to announce Mbappé as new signing next week after winning the Champions League.

“Mbappé made his decision in February; he can now be considered a new Real player,” he wrote.

Mbappe joined PSG from Monaco in August 2017 in a stunning 180-million-euro deal and departs after winning six Ligue 1 titles, four French Cups and two League Cups, as well as helping his team reach the Champions League final in 2020.

He also became the highest-ever goal scorer at the club, netting 255 goals in 305 appearances.

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