Report: Kylian Mbappe could now actually stay at PSG if they sign ‘unique’ £50m Man City player next season

It has been reported that Kylian Mbappe could reject a move to Real Madrid if PSG end up signing Bernardo Silva next summer.

This comes from Le 10 Sport, as the £43 million (BBC Sport) man continues to get linked with a transfer to the French capital.

Now, it seems like whether PSG wrap up a deal for Bernardo Silva or not could decide whether Kylian Mbappe finally becomes a Real Madrid player.

Kylian Mbappe could snub Real Madrid transfer if PSG sign Bernardo Silva

Branded as ‘unique’ by Pep Guardiola (via OneFootball), the Portuguese international shared a dressing room with the World Cup winner during their time at AS Monaco.

The 29-year-old, described as ‘smart’ by Kevin De Bruyne is contracted to City until 2026 and yet, his future remains a constant topic of speculation.

Now, it has been revealed that Kylian Mbappe could turn down a dream transfer to Real Madrid if it means that PSG secure the services of Bernardo Silva.

Luis Enrique’s side have a plan in place to trigger the diminutive attacker’s release clause, which is worth £50.3 million that is set to be activated in 2024.

Bernardo Silva could well be let go by Pep Guardiola and CoBernardo Silva - WikipediaOne would not be surprised to discover that Bernardo Silva is keen on reuniting with the Real Madrid target at PSG.

Season after season, it has seemed like a bigger surprise that the treble-winner has ended up staying put at Manchester City.

The team of Luis Enrique has a strategy in place to activate the small attacker’s £50.3 million release clause, which is scheduled to be activated in 2024.

Pep Guardiola and company may decide to part ways with Bernardo Silva.
Finding out that Bernardo Silva wants to reunite with the Real Madrid target at PSG is not unexpected.

The treble champion remaining put at Manchester City has looked like an even bigger surprise each season.

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