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Mbappe's shirt "disappeared" .. a new indication of Saint-Germain's farewell

Mbappe’s shirt “disappeared” .. a new indication of Saint-Germain’s farewell

and remove Paris Saint-Germain From his official store name Mbappe The 23-year-old is from the shirt list associated with the options the team offers.

And according to the British newspaper, The Sun, the number 7 worn by Mbappe is no longer among the options that Saint-Germain offers to its customers in the “Customize” section.

The French striker’s contract expired at the end of June, and speculation is rife about his next move, as Madrid Mayor Jose Luis Martinez Almeida revealed that the Saint-Germain striker’s transfer deal to the ranks real madrid The Spaniard “has been decided by 95 to 99 percent.”

The mayor of the Spanish capital came to the Spanish radio “Cadena Ser”, on Tuesday night, where he said: “I think Real Madrid resolved the Mbappe case by 95 to 99 percent. This is my feeling anyway.”

He continued jokingly: “Mbabbe visited the famous Sibelis Fountain in Spanish capital (When he was there recently, accompanied by his colleagues in Saint-Germain, the Spaniard Sergio Ramos and the Moroccan Achraf Hakimi)”, the arena where Real Madrid and their fans celebrate their victories.

Meanwhile, the famous Spanish newspaper “AS” reported that the player will play his last match in the Parisian shirt against Metz club, on Saturday, and is likely to announce his decision to leave the team.

As for announcing his move to Real Madrid, AS revealed that it “will take some time”, adding that the royal club does not want to make any announcement before the Champions League final meeting against Liverpool English, May 28.

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Mbappe admitted, on Sunday, that he “recently felt a lot of pressure” about revealing his decision about his future, but indicated that “all parties must be respected.”

He explained, after receiving the award for the best player in the French Ligue 1, that his decision was “almost taken, and I will announce it soon.”