With Kylian Mbappe farther and farther than Paris Saint-GermainHowever, the French team is already working with the aim of replacing the imminent departure of the French: according to ESPN BrazilBrazilian Richarlison, Act Everton, is the name on the agenda.
According to the information obtained by the report, representatives of the Brazilian national team player are already in Paris and began negotiations with the team in the capital.
Previously, surveys had already been conducted, but now talks between the parties are taking place in person.
Richarlison’s staff are just waiting for Mbappe’s departure to be formalized real Madrid Until the negotiations go ahead and ignite once and for all. And the French national team managers expect that to happen on Friday morning (27).
Negotiations between Mbappe and Richarlison are closely related. In addition to the Brazilian’s appearance as a spare part in the Paris Saint-Germain attack, the same clients who represent “the pigeons” are devoted to the final details of the French player’s sale to Real Madrid.
Among the cast is mega entrepreneur Kia Joorabchian, who is responsible for conducting talks with Real, PSG and Everton.
according to ESPN BrazilEverton, the current club of “The Pigeons”, is even aware of the situation.
this Thursday, Real Madrid made a second official offer to Paris Saint-Germain for the French national team player: 180 million euros (about 1.1 billion Brazilian reals).
Spanish newspaper Marker, Conversely, She claims that the sum was sufficient to persuade Paris to reach an agreement with you are meringue.
With Killian’s departure looming, negotiations for 24-year-old Richarlison should begin shortly thereafter.
The Brazilian has played two games for Everton so far this season. Premier Leagueaim and help.
he plays for Candy Since the 2018/19 season, when it was purchased from Watford For 50 million pounds (359.88 million riyals, at the current price).
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