PSG interested in securing the services of Real Madrid man Vinicius Jr

PSG interested in securing the services of Real Madrid man Vinicius Jr

The Brazilian forward has been identified as the next big potential target for Paris Saint-Germain as per latest reports. Junior has been in exceptional form for Real Madrid bagging 15 goals and six assists in 26 matches across all competitions.

Mbappe whose contract with PSG expires this summer will reportedly join Real Madrid on a free transfer and the French giants would be in the market for an immediate replacement.

The French champions boast an unparalleled financial power and wouldn’t think twice before spending big on the Brazilian international.

Vini Jr signed a contract extension last year until the summer of 2027 and has a mammoth €1 billion release clause.

Real Madrid president Florentino Perez might listen to offers to offset the financial implications of the Kylian Mbappe transfer.

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RMC Sport journalist Daniel Riolo stated: “PSG will try to sign Vinicius and figure out how to get him. They’ll attempt the deal, I’m not saying they’ll succeed. PSG, when they want something, can create doubt at Real. If PSG offers a large sum, Pérez might eventually give in. That would be the worst recruitment mistake.”

Kylian Mbappe’s transfer to Real Madrid is in the final stages.

For a while now, Real Madrid has been touted as the potential destination for Kylian Mbappe who has refused to sign a contract extension with PSG and will leave the French capital on a free transfer this summer.

According to several reports, Real Madrid are said to have an agreement in place with Mbappe’s entourage to join Santiago Bernabeu as a free agent in the new season.

With Luka Modric set to leave at the end of this campaign, Mbappe could be handed the iconic No.10 shirt at Real Madrid unless Vinicius Jr decides to give up his squad number.

Mbappe earns €200m per year at PSG and will have to take a significant pay cut to join 14-time Champions League winner Real Madrid.

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