Real Madrid and Mbappe have fully agreed to earn 210 million euros for six years after taxes

In this summer, Paris Saint Germain forced to keep Mbappe. But now, Paris has a big problem. Mbappe has only the last year of his contract left, and if he refuses to renew it, he will be able to negotiate a free transfer with any team in January next year.

To keep Mbappe, Paris is quite sincere. Marca previously pointed out that Paris offered Mbappe an annual salary of 45 million euros after taxes, and his treatment was even higher than that of Lionel Messi and Neymar. Paris even agreed to renew his contract only until the summer of 2023, with the Qatari consortium clearly looking out for the face of the 2022 World Cup. Paris doesn’t mind letting Mbappe go after the 2022 World Cup.

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Paris has a good idea, but it is also naive, because Mbappe only wants to join Real Madrid as soon as possible. Spanish national newspaper ABC points out that Mbappe has fully agreed with Real Madrid on his personal contract. On January 1 next year, Mbappe can officially sign with Real Madrid and come to the Bernabeu next summer on a free transfer.

In terms of treatment, Mbappe will sign a six-year contract with Real Madrid and his contract period will end on June 30, 2028. Mbappe will earn 30 million euros per year after tax for the first season and 20 million euros per year after tax for the next five seasons. If the fulfillment of the 6-year contract, Mbappe’s total income after tax is 130 million euros. Previously the Western media had pointed out that Real Madrid would pay Mbappe a signing fee of 80 million euros. This also means that Mbappe’s total income after tax for 6 years at Real Madrid is 210 million euros.

In terms of breach of contract, Real Madrid will set a sky-high price of 1 billion euros for Mbappe. When C Luo played for Real Madrid, his default amount was 1 billion euros. This price means that as long as Real Madrid does not want to sell, there are no giants can dig away Mbappe by way of money.

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