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Real Madrid set eyes on Strikers after Kylian Mbappe snub

Real Madrid, Six Sports

Real Madrid are considering moves from Richarlison, Salah, and Mane. Having to miss out on the star youngster, the Los Blancos are now seriously reconsidering their summer plans. They now would have to construct a completely new roadmap in order to go with the summer transfers.

They were absolutely sure that they could acquire the World Cup winner this season. The fans were almost ready to welcome their star striker from Paris this week. However, all those went in vain after Mbappe made his decision known last evening.

Reports now suggest that Real have now set eyes on Monaco star Aurelien Tchouameni. Tchouameni is said to be their prime target now. Real are also considering bringing in Everton forward Richarlison. The Brazilian has the experience of working under Carlo Ancelotti.

However, he is also scouted by Manchester United. Erik Ten Hag is said to have wanted the player in his team as a versatile striker. On the other hand, Mane and Salah have long been linked to the Spanish powerhouses. Both have their contracts expiring at the end of the next season. However, Liverpool would want to keep this star duo in their team by offering them a healthy contract soon.

A heartbreak for Real Madrid fans last evening

After, Real let Haaland go to Manchester City as they were pursuing Mbappe. They are now seriously searching for options. They desperately need a star striker for the future as Benzema has at the most three to four remaining playing years. Rodrygo is still in the making and needs more game time to develop his game.

The Los Blancos fans were understandably heartbroken yesterday when they got the news of Mbappe. Mbappe before their match declared that he would be staying in PSG for another three years.

He celebrated his contract renewal with a hattrick against Metz last night. Mbappe is said to be earning a whopping signing-on fee of €100million. Moreover, he can also earn €1million a week in wages. This could make him the highest-paid footballer on the planet.

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