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Real Madrid don't consider the latest PSG and Mbappe development as a failure

Real Madrid directors have learned a thing or two over the years. That's why they've stayed in the background ever since Kylian Mbappe made it public that he wouldn't renew his current contract with PSG beyond 2024.

Los Blancos have kept a close eye on things, just as they have with many other players.

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The difference is that the Frenchman has been linked with Real Madrid, in one way or another, since 2017.

However, the Spanish giants have never viewed Mbappe's decision to remain with PSG until now as a failure, just as they've never considered signing him this summer, which Carlo Ancelotti confirmed in the first press conference of the season.

Contrary to what has been said, Real Madrid's directors have denied time and again that there was any kind of negotiation or agreement with Mbappe, and much less with their counterparts at PSG.

In fact, Los Blancos even believed the player would renew his deal with the Qatari team.

Time has shown that the threats made by PSG's management towards Mbappe have led to nothing.

Luis Enrique made it clear that PSG are a very different team without the forward, which is why the coach didn't understand the exclusion of the Frenchman from the team.

He accepted it, but he knows that, with Mbappe, PSG can grow and fight for everything, regardless of his contract situation.

Real Madrid's reaction to the latest Mbappe development

What will Real Madrid do following the recent developments? Nothing, or rather, the same thing they have done until now, which is to wait and watch events from the sidelines.

If Mbappe does not renew his contract and is free to negotiate on January 2, 2024, they will try to sign him, within the rules, and bring him to the club in the summer.

If he extends his contract, then congratulations to both the player and PSG.

The current transfer window, however, is not yet closed. Many things can happen and, until deadline day, nothing, or rather, almost nothing, can be ruled out.

What has been demonstrated, however, is that the reported agreement between the three parties doesn't exist.

Real Madrid do not want to participate in something that is out of their hands and, above all, they want to stay out of what is a complex situation.

Another thing that is becoming abundantly clear is that Mbappe does not want to give up any of the money he is guaranteed from PSG, which is just over 100 million euros. The 140m euro signing bonus is also up in the air, if he renews or not.

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