“Surprise Transfer Deal Closer” – Man United set to Complete Major Transfer with Real Madrid as 23-year old star closer to sealing January move after both parties agreed on the deal. - soocer442
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“Surprise Transfer Deal Closer” – Man United set to Complete Major Transfer with Real Madrid as 23-year old star closer to sealing January move after both parties agreed on the deal.

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“Surprise Transfer Deal Closer” – Manchester United to Finalize Major Transfer with Real Madrid As both clubs

reach an agreement on the transfer, the 23-year-old ace is closer to securing a January move.Real Madrid is willing to part with a target from Manchester United in order to finance the acquisition of Kylian Mbappe.The Brazilian has been a revelation since joining the Bernabeu in 2018 from Flamengo.

 

Over the past three seasons, the 24-year-old has tallied double figures with 68 goals in 238 appearances for the club.

 

Although Madrid had previously deemed Vinicius “imtransferable,” the club remains committed to acquiring Kylian Mbappe.

 

Although he would presumably sign on a free transfer at the conclusion of the current season, the Frenchman would replace Vinicius on the left flank and become the highest-paid player in the world at the Bernabeu.

 

Mbappe could command wages in excess of £600,000 per week, and while Madrid would save approximately £30 million annually by acquiring him, they would not be saving on a transfer fee.

 

During the duration of Mbappe’s contract, this would require a minimum expenditure of £150 million.

 

Sport reports that Madrid is contemplating using Vinicius’s funds to finance Mbappe’s transfer due to the staggering magnitude of those figures.According to reports, Manchester United is prepared to offer £130 million for the Brazilian, which could prove to be advantageous.

 

It remains to be seen whether Vinicius would be interested in relocating to Old Trafford in the absence of Champions League football.

 

At the moment, United are situated eight points behind fourth-place Arsenal, who possess a game in hand over the Red Devils.

 

In anticipation of early February, when Sir Jim Ratcliffe expects to have complete authority over football operations, the club will designate a new chief executive officer, sporting director, and head of recruitment to supervise operations.

 

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