News has broken that star forward Kylian Mbappe is unhappy at Paris Saint-Germain and wants out of the club, hoping to force an exit in January. This has left a ton of speculation surrounding this situation and the possibility of it actually happening, as Kylian Mbappe had just signed a new massive deal, and is one of the best players in the world at just 23 years old. Is he really so unhappy that he wants to leave? Who can afford his new contract? And where would he want to go?
Kylian Mbappe to Liverpool was a popular hashtag going around social media a few years ago. Kylian Mbappe has complimented Liverpool and manager Jurgen Klopp, and says that he roots for the club. With the recent success of Liverpool has had, they have propelled themselves to be one of the few teams that could afford Mbappe.
However, this typically goes against most of the philosophies that Liverpool have financially, and seemed very low that they would take on Kylian Mbappe if he wants the same power that he seemingly had in his new PSG contract.
To be fair to the situation though, Liverpool are in a rut right now, and someone like him, Kylian Mbappe coming in would certainly change their fortunes at least on the pitch.
Real Madrid is the club that Mbappe supported as a child. Mbappe is a massive Cristiano Ronaldo fan, and to lead his former favorite club could be too much to not entice Mbappe. It was believed for many weeks that the French International star would windup with Los Blancos, but a deal could not be made between Real Madrid and PSG, resulting in Mbappe signing a massive deal with PSG.
It seems as though Kylian Mbappe to Real Madrid will always be a possibility until it happens, and with his unhappiness, seems like an inevitability at some point in his career. Kylian Mbappe is a perfect sign for Real Madrid, as he has the definition of a galacitco. Real Madrid are doing great as it is, as they are the reigning Champions League winners, but adding Mbappe to their squad could be the move that makes them truly unstoppable.
Expect Chelsea to be a dark horse in this race, as new owner Todd Boehly will be looking to make a splash. Mbappe is one of the few known names surrounding America, regardless of any knowledge of the game in Europe and Boehly has spoken about wanting to change the game to fit a more American approach.
Boehly could see Mbappe as the perfect player for him to stamp his legacy immediately, providing Chelsea with a player that can help them win the Champions League and Premier League. Financially, it will be difficult, but Chelsea is one of the few teams that have been known to break the bank in order to achieve success.