Fabrizio Romano reveals true story behind Manchester United move that would rival Erling Haaland’s coup

Manchester United, Liverpool and Chelsea were all linked with a Kylian Mbappe coup on Tuesday, and transfer coach Fabrizio Romano lifted the fog of speculation.

The 23-year-old has been the subject of intense speculation linking him to a move to Real Madrid earlier in 2022. His contract was due to expire in the summer, although in late May, Mbappe pledged his future with Paris Saint-Germain.

Reportedly, the extension made him the highest-paid player in the world, netting him £900,000 a week.

However, the Spanish outlet Brand He recently claimed that his future will come to a crossroads in 2024.

Mbappe has signed a three-year contract that runs until 2025, although it has been reported that the final 2024/25 season is optional.

As such, it is claimed that he may be on the move after two years and The English trio of Man United, Chelsea and Liverpool have been listed as possible destinations.

All three showed a willingness to spend big when the time came. Even if Mbappe moved to work as a free agent, the salary requirements involved would ensure a massive financial commitment.

Man United in particular will imagine his chances given his financial strength and prestige. Mbappe’s arrival will go some way to responding to Erling Haaland’s brilliant coup for Man City.

However, transport specialist Fabrizio Romano provided an update on the situation and according to the Italian, fans should be careful about raising their hopes so far.

Mbappe to Man United? Romano weighs

Writing about CaughtOffsideRomano said: “Honestly, at the moment, there is nothing in between Manchester United Kylian Mbappe.

“Mbappe recently extended his contract with Paris Saint-Germain, so I think it makes no sense to discuss any club at the moment, including Manchester United.”

If Mbappe leaves Paris, the general consensus is that the deal must go through Real Madrid first.

Mbappe has repeatedly refused to quash speculation linking him with a move to the Bernabeu even after signing his extension at PSG.

What is more, Sky Germany Jan-Aage Fjortoft thinks Mbappe could be in Madrid as early as 2023.

Fjoortoft said: “I said it when he signed: He agreed with Qatar to stay in Paris for one season because of the World Cup. Then Real Madrid next summer.”

The relationship there is Paris Saint-Germain owned by Qatar and France is the real contender to lift the World Cup.

The idea of ​​Mbappe lifting the World Cup in Qatar while signing for Qatar-owned Paris Saint-Germain would be a major PR coup.

It is highly unlikely that Mbappe will move to the English Premier League

While it is true to say that Chelsea and Manchester United in particular can afford the Mbappe deal, the chances of him moving to England seem remote.

If he leaves Paris, all signs point to Real Madrid.

Karim Benzema is 34 years old and although he is still an elite, time is undoubtedly against him.

Moreover, when talking about the idea of ​​joining Real Madrid in the future in early September, Mbappe did little to dampen speculation.

“You never know what’s going to happen,” Mbappe said.

“I’ve never been there before, but it looks like my home or something.”