MU accelerated plans to recruit a player to replace Ronaldo after a wave of interviews, with PSG’s Kylian Mbappe emerging with the ideal name.
According to the Mirror, MU considers Mbappe to be the ideal replacement for Ronaldo at Old Trafford.
This source confirms that the Red Devils have enough financial strength to spend money to recruit strikers France team.
In addition to the expected transfer fee of 150 million pounds, MU is also willing to pay Mbappe the second highest salary in the Premier League – £ 500,000 / week, like the number Ronaldo has enjoyed since returning last summer.
Mbappe continues to have high form in PSG This season, with 19 goals in all competitions. However, the 23-year-old goalscorer was said to be unhappy in Paris after deciding to stay (extended until the summer of 2025), instead of landing at Real Madrid.
Last month, it was reported that Mbappe asked to leave PSG at the next winter market (January 2023) because he felt that the club’s leaders had swallowed his words and did not do what he promised.
For example, the sale of Neymar, bringing in a new striker so that he can play in his favorite position – 2 strikers, instead of kicking, … Yesterday also revealed more information, Mbappe asked to leave because PSG was slow. wage.
Although the current situation has calmed down, Mbappe’s relationship with the PSG leader is said to be a bit awkward and not as favorable as before.
Therefore, MU will look for opportunities to bring Mbappe to Old Trafford, if he still intends to leave Paris.
However, there are also concerns for the French striker, who idolized Ronaldo since childhood. Mbappe sees the Portuguese superstar as an example to strive for.
In this season, Mbappe was also constantly involved in noise outside the field, when he stopped arguing with Neymar, expressed his dissatisfaction with Hakimi because of a broken pass, nudged Messi’s shoulder, demanded to be number 1 in the PSG dressing room, …
MU needs individuals who are good at drawing in Erik ten Hag’s squad, advised to bring in the right players, not big egos.