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The 55 million Liverpool would pay that would help Real Madrid sign Mbappe

It will be one of the most interesting moves in the market

By Charles Cornwall

It will be one of the most interesting moves in the market
It will be one of the most interesting moves in the market
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Despite extending his spell with Real Sociedad, along with an increase in his wages, the striker's termination clause will remain at €60m. On Liverpool's agenda, it is worth remembering that Real Madrid retain 50% of a future sale of the Japanese. Real Sociedad put up a fight against PSG at the Parc des Princes, but would eventually give up in the first match of the Champions League play-offs. However, Imanol Alguacil's side will not give up (far from it) the chance to turn the tie around in the second leg at home.

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However, this article revolves around the figure of Take Kubo (22 years old) who has already certified his long-term renewal (until 2029). This has led to an increase in his wage bill, although the Japanese star still retains the termination clause he had before extending his contract. In other words, a monetary sum of 60 million euros.

According to the information from the colleagues of Relevo, this matter does not go unnoticed by Real Madrid. They have secured 50% of a future transfer of Kubo, who is also on the agenda of big clubs on the Old Continent. Liverpool have already shown their interest in the striker.

Opening the door for Mbappe

If Liverpool makes this purchase it would indirectly benefit Real Madrid and help them to finance Mbappe's high salary. As is logical, the Reds will sooner or later have to undertake the succession of their star player Mohamed Salah. In the meantime, the San Sebastian side have the upper hand over the former FC Barcelona, Real Mallorca, Villarreal and Getafe player. A Japanese international who continues to be monitored by Real Madrid.

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