The Real Madrid will continue to keep an eye on Paris until the beginning of 2024, when the saga involving Kylian Mbappé will come to an end. The joy for the French forward has come to an end after a confirmed news by PSG. The archenemy of Le Bleus is returning to the team.
Smiles, declarations of love, gestures of support, and countless praises are currently filling the Parc des Princes. However, everything has an end, and even Real Madrid knows it. Kylian Mbappé and PSG are aware that their number one enemy is returning to the French capital. He can now act more than ever as a Madridista.
At the Bernabéu, they patiently await January 1, 2024, when this saga of clubs, money, environments, and rumors will come to a conclusion. But no one at Real Madrid denies that they are closely monitoring every move made by Mbappé at the Parc des Princes. The feelings improve as they think about retaining Kylian in Ligue 1, but there is no greater fear than the ones caused by familiar faces returning to play in favor of the interests of the white coliseum.
Everything revolves around the return of the injured Presnel Kimpembe to PSG training. The French defender, who has been out since the end of last season, has returned to touch the ball, which is no small matter for Kylian Lotin. He, who is currently happy with a team tailored to his needs, with players like Ousmane Dembélé and Randall Kolo Muani, knows that his old enemy will be back to whisper in Luis Enrique’s ear.
Real Madrid keeps a watchful eye
Where does this all come from? It stems from the internal struggle within PSG regarding the captaincy of the first team. Kimpembe, who strongly criticized the fact that Mbappé wore the armband ahead of him, will return to the ranks of the former Barcelona coach to also vie for a role that will once again become controversial when leader Marquinhos is absent at the Parc des Princes.
The smiles will fade in France, and Kylian knows it, just as Real Madrid knows that every fracture of Qatar’s umpteenth project serves as an opportunity to secure Mbappé’s goals for the Bernabéu. The archenemy of Le Bleus is returning, fighting for what he believes is rightfully his, and an internal war is anticipated. Florentino Pérez will closely follow it to ensure that his top priority is achieved from January 1, 2024.