PREMIER LEAGUE clubs have no chance to sign either Kylian Mbappe or Erling Haaland without money from the perished European Super League.
That is the view of the delusional president Florentino Perez of Real Madrid, who is still desperately clinging to the rest of the scheme despite all six English clubs in favor.
His agent, the controversial Mino Raiola, even went on a world tour to meet potential clubs interested in the feeling of free scoring.
The current contract with the French player Prize 1 The champions are due to expire next summer and negotiations over a new deal have yet to be fruitful.
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Manchester City have been mentioned as a potential destination with the club looking to replace legendary Sergio Aguero at the end of the season.
But Perez – whoever interviews have had a clear feeling of ‘denial’ since the fall of the Super League – assumed that neither Prem faction had the money to buy the stars.
“Overall, there won’t be a big deal this summer,” he told El Larguero.
“When money doesn’t flow from rich clubs to poor clubs, everyone suffers. It is impossible to create signings like Mbappé and Haaland, in general, not just for Real Madrid, otherwise. there is a Super League. “
The desperate Spaniard also declared Fan rallies against the Super League at multiple pitches – including Chelsea – have been staged.
Despite his attempt to get Prem clubs back in with Haaland / Mbappe’s rhetoric, Real are in serious financial trouble of their own.
They are believed to be in debt of nearly 1 billion pounds and will also likely struggle to make money for the pair.
He declined to confirm they will also renew their contract with club legend Sergio Ramos – because he will not accept a salary cut.
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