Real Madrid want Mbappe at the lowest price.. Mandzukic's salary hinders his entry into the Manchester United.

By October 18, 2019 , , , , ,

Kylian Mbappe holds all the cards as Real Madrid comes calling.

Real Madrid want Kylian Mbappe, and Manchester United aim to get the services of Mario Mandzukic and receive a blow from De Gea, while Liverpool target young Brighton player Ben White.

According to Spain's Marca, Florentino Pérez wants to bring PsG striker Kylian Mbappe to Real Madrid, but the president may have to wait.

According to eurosport, the Madrid team will wait for Mbappe's contract with the Parisian team to enter its final year before taking its step, just as it did with The Belgians Tebo Courtois and Eden Hazard, and hopes at the same time that the 20-year-old will reject any offers For renewal.

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The newspaper posted on its Twitter account a tweet saying: «Courtois (done), Hazzard (done), now Real Madrid will use the same strategy to sign with Mbappe, but there is an obstacle."

The obstacle is that Mbappe is the most talented young player at the moment, and it is no surprise that he is attracting the attention of Real, who will eventually need to find a replacement for Karim Benzema. Given Lionel Messi's years, Real Madrid may find themselves facing competition from Barcelona and other clubs.

The British newspaper Mirror also reported that Manchester United want to sign juventus striker, Croatian Mario Mandzukic during the winter mercato.

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However, there is a potential obstacle to his salary of £85,000 a week (approximately $108,000) as Ed Woodward, the Club's Chief Executive, wants the 33-year-old Croatian striker to reduce his salary to facilitate the transfer.

Pogba and De Gea absent against Liverpool

Oddly enough, every news about Ed Woodward ends up showing how bad this man is in doing his job. Woodward offered Argentine midfielder Marcos Rojo, who sits as a reserve for most of the year, a contract nearly twice that of Mandzukic, which the Red Devils desperately need to improve their shaky offensive situation. The sooner Woodward leaves his budgetary responsibility to someone else more experienced, the better.

Meanwhile, Britain's The Telegraph has revealed fears that David de Gea will not play against Liverpool in the Premier League on Sunday 20 October.

The Manchester United goalkeeper appeared to have suffered a back muscle injury when he was away from the ball during his participation with the Spanish national team, and the player was unable to complete the game against Sweden, and could now miss a crucial match for coach Ole Gunnar Solshire.

The lack of services of goalkeeper De Gea is now a disturbing setback as Anthony Martial and Paul Pogba are ready to return to the first team after recovering from their injuries.

Although Argentine goalkeeper Sergio Romero is considered one of the best reserve players in the Premier League, after resolving de Gea's contract problem, there was hope that he would return to his best, which could be an important factor helping the team win matches.

At the English Premier League, it has been reported that Liverpool are watching Ben White, the 22-year-old Brighton defender, on loan to Leeds United in the English Premiership.

Liverpool could offer £20million, but Brighton want to keep the player for the time being.

Football League World's english football page posted a tweet featuring player statistics this season, playing so far (1209 minutes)

Pass accuracy 91.9%

Winning defensive docks 77%

Air-to-air win 54.7%

Successful Dodgers 83.3%

Interventions 40 times

Keep the ball out of the game 41 times.

It is clear that Brighton will always want to retain their best players and will hope to take advantage of at least one season from a player like White before selling it. But as it comes from the academy level, it will indeed represent a remarkable amount of profit from a relatively small investment.

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