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Mbappé signs for Madrid and will wear the number 10: announcement from Al-Khelaïfi’s friend

The transfer market is currently closed, but rumors are increasing regarding the ‘Mbappé case’, as the Parisian is just under two months away from becoming a free agent and signing with the club where he wants to continue his career.

The recent Ballon d’Or ceremony raised all the alarms at PSG, as Kylian Mbappé was seen looking very serious and resigned, more aware than ever that he must change clubs if he truly wants to dominate world football.

There have been many rumors in recent days linking the Bondy-born player once again to Real Madrid, which has caused the Madridistas to pay close attention to this case.

Mbappé’s constant refusals to renew his contract with PSG have convinced Florentino Pérez and José Ángel Sánchez that the striker will be joining the Santiago Bernabéu stadium next summer, putting an end to a ‘novel’ that has lasted longer than expected for fans of the white club.

However, Paco Buyo, a panelist on ‘El Chiringuito de Jugones’ and a close friend of Nasser Al-Khelaïfi, has confirmed what was an open secret, something that has not gone unnoticed on social media.

“Mbappé will wear the number 10 for Real Madrid next season,” expressed the Real Madrid legend on Josep Pedrerol’s program.

With this information from Paco Buyo, it is confirmed that Kylian Mbappé will become a new player for Real Madrid in the 2024-2025 season and will also wear a very important number within the realm of Madridismo.

The Frenchman will not wear the ‘7’, as this number belongs to Vinicius Jr., but he will indeed wear the ’10’, which he wears for the French national team and is currently owned by Luka Modric at the white club, a legend who is living out his final months at the Santiago Bernabéu stadium.

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