🚨 BREAKING NEWS:coming from Fabrizio Romano, Real Madrid have closed in on one of their top long-term transfer targets after reaching an agreement over personal terms, and negotiations have been finalised with the player’s club.Mbappe will likely solve Real’s striker issue despite his preference to play in the left-wing spot occupied by Vinicius Junior, while Endrick will also arrive upon his 18th birthday in July. Real Madrid ‘close agreement’ with top transfer target after Mbappe confirms PSG exit.

After agreeing on personal terms, Real Madrid is getting closer to acquiring one of their top long-term transfer targets; talks with the player's club are scheduled to begin in the summer.


Real Madrid is preparing for a busy summer ahead with the imminent arrival of Kylian Mbappe, who informed Paris Saint-Germain this week of his intention to depart the club at the end of the season. Mbappe’s arrival is expected to address Real’s striker conundrum, despite his preference for the left-wing position currently occupied by Vinicius Junior. Additionally, Endrick is set to join upon turning 18 in July.

Securing Mbappe on a free transfer allows Real Madrid to shift their focus to other areas of the pitch, with left-back reportedly being a top priority for Carlo Ancelotti. While players like Ferland Mendy and Eduardo Camavinga have filled in at left-back in recent years under Ancelotti’s tenure, the Real boss has been eager to acquire a world-class specialist, and it appears that the La Liga giants are moving closer to securing their top target.

According to reports from Spanish outlet Relevo, Real Madrid have reportedly reached an agreement with Alphonso Davies, and the club is hopeful that Bayern Munich will agree to sell the 23-year-old this summer, with only one year left on his contract, rather than risk losing him on a free transfer the following year. Real Madrid has previously recruited a left-sided defender from Bayern, notably signing David Alaba, though they had to wait until his contract expired before completing the transfer to Madrid.

There is a sense of optimism within Real Madrid that Bayern Munich, who seemingly acknowledge Davies’s reluctance to renew his contract, will see the merit in selling the prized talent, similar to the scenario when Robert Lewandowski reluctantly moved to Barcelona in 2022.

It’s reported that Ancelotti’s “dream” scenario involves signing Davies while retaining Mendy as a backup left-back. However, the club acknowledges that this may not be economically feasible, and they are open to offers for the Frenchman, especially given the interest from clubs in the Saudi Pro League, among others, in recent times.

Both Mendy and Davies have contracts expiring in 2025, and discussions regarding their futures have yet to take place, with Real Madrid currently prioritizing bigger deals, such as finalizing a move for Mbappe in the upcoming weeks.

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