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Ronaldo Delima Stunned by Kylian Mbappe’s Staggering Wages at Real Madrid
- Kylian Mbappe is now on the verge of making a move to Spanish La Liga giants Real Madrid from Paris Saint-Germain
- Real Madrid legend Ronaldo Delima has been left stunned with the mega amount of £800,000 that Los Blancos will pay him
- Los Blancos are topping the Spanish La Liga table with 50 points and are four points ahead of second placed Sevilla
Ronaldo Delima who is a legend at Real Madrid has expressed surprised at the massive sum of money Los Blancos' chiefs are planning to be paying Frenchman Kylian Mbappe.
Kylian Mbappe at his age which is 23 has already recorded his name in the history books after winning the World Cup with France at the 2018 edition of the global's tournament.
The World Cup title he won with France helped him secure a permanent move to Paris Saint-Germain where he has won the League title three times.
Mbappe's incredible performances so far at Paris Saint-Germain has made him a target for Real Madrid who are said to have agreed to pay him £800,000 which is around N449.1million a week deal according to the report on UK Sun and Bild.
Ronaldo Delima's reaction to Mbappe's salary at Real Madrid
"He is very strong, he has that speed and coldness in front of goal that will lead him to be number one.
"And I have read the news that he will go to Real Madrid and earn €50m a year.
"We have made the wrong generation. The football industry is growing so much that it's only fair that the stars receive more and more money.''
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Neymar makes big and stunning confession about his future at Paris Saint-Germain
Earlier, Sports Brief had reported how Neymar who is a Brazilian footballer playing for Paris Saint-Germain has stated emphatically that he wanted to leave the French giants for a return to Barcelona claiming he felt good in Spain.
In the summer of 2017, Neymar decided to accept the offer from Paris Saint-Germain and made a world record move to France with the club's chiefs expecting him to help them land the UCL title.
But two years after joining Paris Saint-Germain, Neymar wanted to force a return to the Nou Camp with the Brazilian claiming that he was not that happy in France.
During the time that the Brazilian made a move to Paris Saint-Germain, there were reports that Neymar was tired of playing second fiddle to Messi at the Camp Nou.