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Florentino Perez and Mbappe are in talks, and the deal is close to being finalized.

The Mbappe saga is far from over. The negotiation is still ongoing, and anything can still happen. The Frenchman has not renewed with PSG, and he has not signed with Real Madrid either. He wants to wait until the end of the season, but the Bernabéu is not willing to wait that long.

Kylian Mbappé is still unclear about his future. He has not renewed with his current club, and he has not signed with a new one. However, there are reports from France that he is close to making a decision, and that he has decided to sign with Real Madrid. Valdebebas is ready to sign the Bondy native.

According to Tomás González Martín, a former ABC journalist, Florentino Perez has reached an agreement with Mbappé that is close to being a record-breaker.

“The full operation of the Bernabéu in the 2024-25 fiscal year will be the icing on the cake, with a projection of 160 million euros from the stadium,” González Martín said. “The growth is more than 100 million euros per year: 721.5 million euros in the 2021-22 fiscal year, more than 843 million euros in the 2022-23 fiscal year, and a budget of 939.5 million euros in the current season that will actually end up being 1 billion euros in the bank,” the report said.

The new Bernabéu will give Real Madrid a significant boost in revenue, and it could be decisive in signing galacticos. In the Spanish capital, they are talking about 1.1 billion euros in total for 2025. This money will go directly to the club’s coffers and could be increased over time.”

The new Bernabéu will be open 365 days a year and will be able to host a variety of events thanks to its retractable pitch and roof.

There are talks of NBA, NFL, NHL, UFC matches, and all sorts of concerts and events that will keep the stadium in perfect working order all year round, even when there is no football being played on the pitch. It will be a world-class facility that is worthy of the best club in the universe.

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