Paris Saint Germain (PSG) has no plans to halt Real Madrid’s pursuit of Kylian Mbappe, but CEO Al Khelaïfi is displeased with the situation. This dissatisfaction stems from Real Madrid’s attempt to sign the French forward and Mbappe’s failure to renew his contract.
The sheikh is determined not to concede to Florentino Pérez and is contemplating the possibility of luring a top Real Madrid player to Paris. While securing Vinicius seems challenging, they are exploring the option of Rodrygo Goes.
Reports indicate that the Brazilian attacker is a favored candidate to replace Mbappé. Despite his primary role as a right winger, he could fit into Luis Enrique’s lineup on the left wing.
In contrast to Vinicius, who plays a pivotal role for Real Madrid alongside Bellingham, Rodrygo has a more adaptable position, making it potentially easier to persuade him to leave the club.
Rodrygo’s market value stands at €100M, with a €1,000M release clause. Nevertheless, even with this high figure, if PSG offers a three-figure sum, Real Madrid might not decline the offer, given the substantial amount for a 22-year-old player.
Intermediaries are already exploring Rodrygo’s willingness to negotiate his departure for the summer of 2024.