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Liverpool and Klopp in, the salary required by Mbappe that Real Madrid won’t pay

By Mario Perez

Liverpool and Klopp in, the salary required by Mbappe that Real Madrid won’t pay

The German manager could secure the player’s arrival at a huge cost

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Liverpool’s coach Jürgen Klopp would have received great news in the last few hours, as one of his top priority targets for the summer, the French striker Kylian Mbappe, could have found an inconvenience to seal his arrival to Real Madrid according to the latest information appearing on the German media.

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According to German site BILD, Kylian Mbappe could have finally decided to join Real Madrid as his next destination in his football career, as he would be willing to join a top European league to win local and European trophies in the next few years, a possibility that PSG doesn’t seem to be ready to offer him.

However, a concrete aspect in the negotiations between Real Madrid and the player could still give some hopes to Liverpool and their manager Jürgen Klopp, as Mbappe wouldn’t have found an agreement on his salary in the Spanish team, with a great economic gap existing between the Whites and the Frenchman.

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Following the information given by BILD, Mbappe would be requiring a €70 million yearly salary, which Real Madrid would be reluctant to accept, setting the earnings of the Frenchman at “only” €35 million per season, a circumstance that could make Liverpool to join the race for the player again in case of reaching his economic huge expectations in the next few weeks.

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