Haaland is not bothered by Mbappe or other great players as he doesn’t want to give up the chance of playing with the best, he just wants to be respected & helped in achieving his goals.
He doesn’t mind playing with Mbappe, but he wants his goal of winning the Ballon d’Or to be respected.
Real Madrid considers how nice the new Bernabéu will be with Haaland and Mbappé playing together.
Both players are exceptional and have the ability to improve, as seen by Mbappe’s assist and ball-carrying statistics at PSG. Then there’s Vini, Kroos, and so on…
Haaland stands to gain a lot from the players in Madrid who surround him.
Jose Felix Diaz has been reporting in MARCA for quite some time about Real Madrid’s genuine intentions for next season, which is to sign two superstars.
It won’t be simple, not least since Barcelona is attempting to sign Erling Haaland and may even reverse their initial “no” to the CVC agreement now that Ferran Reverter is no longer in charge, providing them with the necessary money to sign the Norwegian.
Real Madrid, on the other hand, has a slight advantage because they have been working on this operation for longer, as we have previously documented in this publication.
Real Madrid also has a good argument, given the likelihood of acquiring Kylian Mbappe, who would give them a one-of-a-kind strike force.
Mbappe appears to have already made his mind up about moving to Madrid. If he hadn’t renewed his PSG contract by the time of the Champions League last 16 second leg at the Estadio Santiago Bernabeu, it wouldn’t make sense. It isn’t about the money.
According to Mario Cortegana of MARCA, the Frenchman turned down Qatar’s last blank check (with Le Parisien stating that this was for 50 million euros after tax per season).
The prospect of playing for Real Madrid appeals to Mbappe. The prospect of doing so alongside Haaland fascinates him.
Although the Norwegian has a less emotional attachment to Los Blancos, the prospect of sharing a dressing room with the Frenchman is something he will indeed welcome.
Every professional should be paid according to his or her output, but the 50 million euros net offered to Mbappe sounds excessive to me. This perspective is informed by the horrible reality of what is occurring in Europe, as well as the necessity to assign a fair value to the truly important things.
That’s without even addressing ‘Financial Fair Play,’ which appears to be more of a fantasy than a guarantee in the case of PSG.