THE MONACO SHOOTS HIS PRICE
Kylian Mbappé, the most expensive footballer of the history?
Published:30/05/2017 - 16:23h
Updated:30/05/2017 - 16:27h
It approaches the market of signings and go back to earn strength the rumours. After Cristiano Ronaldo, Gareth Bleat and Paul Pogba, Kylian Mbappé could turn into the most expensive player of the history of the football, with a cost of 130 million euros
When on 11 July of the 2009 the Real Madrid paid the friolera of 97 million euros for fichar to Cristiano Ronaldo of the Manchester United all the world carried the hands in command, but as it is the market of signings, seems that soon this figure can seem ridiculous.
Far it remains already the signing of a Gareth Bleat to the that the same white club enciphered in near of 92 millions after his exit of the Tottenham, but that later showed that it cost around 100. Paul Pogba has to day of today the title honorífico of footballer more expensive of the history, with a cost of 120 millions in his turn to the Manchester United from the Juventus, but soon could see separated of this brilliant but heavy label.
And it is that the last informations situate to Kylian Mbappé like clear candidate to sucederle in the throne. The Monaco would have refused an offer of 110 pertinent millions of the Manchester City, and so much the English club like the Real Madrid would be after the steps of the promising French forward, wish prioritario of Florentino Pérez. This fight of titanes could elevate his traspaso until the 130 millions, by a player that with 18 years would convert , of way holgada, in the most expensive of always.
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While the big clubs of Europe litigate by him, Mbappé, that began the season in the inferior categories of the Monaco, is still thinking which decision take with regard to his future. The footballer has burst into with strength in his first season in the elite, and has guided to the Monaco to the title of league and to some semifinals of Champions with 26 goals and 14 assistances in 44 parties.