SHOCKING NEWS: coming from a reliable source in Liverpool, football world has been set alight by the news of Kylian Mbappe’s private jet meeting with Liverpool’s owner, sparking more light to a potential move to Anfield. With the player’s contract set to expire in 2024, there has been speculation that he could be looking for a new challenge. Liverpool owner has promised Liverpool fans that he will do everything to bring Mbappe to Anfield he said ” Look, I am not trying to hide anything. “I want Kylian Mbappe in Liverpool. He’s the best player in the world and the best club for him is Liverpool and I will do everything make that happen”. Mbappe’s private jet sparks Liverpool transfer frenzy the Frenchman could be on his way to Anfield.


The ongoing speculation surrounding Kylian Mbappe’s future club has taken a new turn, with reports now suggesting a potential move to Liverpool rather than Real Madrid.

The Paris Saint-Germain star, set to become a free agent at the end of the current campaign, has long been expected to join Real Madrid, who have expressed interest in the World Cup winner for nearly three years. However, recent discussions indicate a shift, with Liverpool entering the conversation as a viable destination.

In 2017, Mbappe was close to making a move to Anfield before choosing Paris. According to L’Equipe, he held a two-hour meeting with Reds owner John W. Henry on a private jet to discuss the transfer, with Henry making efforts to win over Mbappe and his family by flying to Monaco and inviting them aboard.

Reports now suggest that Real Madrid might no longer be the front-runners for Mbappe, as Liverpool, under the keen interest of Jurgen Klopp, aims to revive their pursuit, benefiting from the prospect of a cost-free transfer. However, PSG remains optimistic about persuading Mbappe to extend his contract at the Parc des Princes.

Nasser Al Khelaifi, PSG’s president, delved into the situation on the Rothen s’enflamme RMC podcast, expressing a desire for Mbappe to stay. Al Khelaifi emphasized Mbappe’s importance to the project, acknowledging both successes and mistakes, while highlighting a long-term vision with a solid, young, French-centric team.

While Liverpool is excited about the possibility of acquiring Mbappe without a transfer fee, the financial implications loom large. The club may need to restructure its entire wage system to accommodate Mbappe’s salary demands. The Telegraph reports that Mbappe’s representatives are seeking a post-tax salary of £64.5 million per year, equivalent to £1.24 million weekly. For context, Liverpool’s current top earner, Mohamed Salah, earns around £350,000 per week. The negotiations continue, adding an extra layer of competition between Liverpool and Real Madrid for the coveted French forward.

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