Paris Saint-Germain are already in talks with Everton striker Richarlison over a replacement Kylian Mbappe, as the French giants move quickly for the Tovs striker as the France superstar approaches his exciting move to Real Madrid.
- Real Madrid are chasing Paris Saint-Germain star and France star Kylian Mbappe this summer
- Real Madrid saw two offers for the 22-year-old turned down, one for £154m
- It was reported that Paris Saint-Germain would move to Everton star Richarlison if Mbappe left
- Richarlison agents are reportedly in Paris to discuss a deal if Mbappe leaves
Paris Saint-Germain Looking forward to the shock movement of Everton It is reported that striker Richarlison is this summer if he ends up leaving Kylian Mbappe for the club in the closing days of the transfer window.
PSG are challenging the 22-year-old striker will not leave the club with president Nasser Al-Khelaifi revealing that the French giant will not change its stance on Mbappe’s unwillingness to move.
Paris Saint-Germain want to sign Everton’s Richarlison if Kylian Mbappe goes to Real Madrid, according to reports
Ligue 1 has rejected two offers from Real Madrid for Mbappe (above) – one for £154m.
but according to ESPN Brazil, Richarlison’s agents are in Paris to negotiate a deal if Mbappe ends up moving to Real Madrid, as the Everton winger is on a shortlist of names that PSG are preparing to move to if the Frenchman leaves.
The report adds that negotiations between Paris Saint-Germain and Real are expected to accelerate on Friday morning, with negotiations over Richarlison’s deal with Paris Saint-Germain stalled due to uncertainty over Mbappe’s future.
Everton are said to be aware of Paris Saint-Germain’s interest in Bricharlison as the Toffees face tough days regarding the future of one of their star players.
Richarlison has become an essential part of this Everton squad, scoring 43 goals in three seasons
The Premier League side will have to wait until Mbappe’s position becomes clear after Real Madrid made a second attempt to sign the World Cup winner on Thursday.
The improved offer confirmed by the Spanish club for Sportsmail, from 145 million pounds plus 9 million pounds in additions, but Al-Khelaifi replied: “Our position is clear. We will not change it and we will not repeat it.
PSG reacted furiously to Madrid’s first bid of £137m on Tuesday. The club’s sporting director, Leonardo, accused the Spanish giants of “illegal and disrespectful behaviour”.
In an interview with Marca, L’Equipe, Le Parisien, AFP and RMC radio, Leonardo said: “Paris Saint-Germain’s position has always been to keep Kylian. This has been the goal for the past two years and it hasn’t changed.
Paris Saint-Germain president Nasser Al-Khelaifi (above) insists the club will not sell Mbappe to Real Madrid
We gave him a big offer a couple of months ago – at the level of the best players – and another recently that was even higher, but this is a strategy for Real Madrid, to be the name of one of our players.
For the past two years, Madrid’s behavior has been incorrect and illegal, and contact with its representatives, is unacceptable, and completely incorrect towards us. The proof of this strategy is to make an offer seven days before the market closes and a year before his contract expires. It seems to be a strategy that suggests they have tried everything.
This is not the total [offered] Which we think is a long way from what we were thinking. And we wouldn’t sell a player for less than we paid him when he was 18. We have to give a certain amount to Monaco and the offer is not enough.
Leonardo accused Real Madrid of taking an illegal approach and disrespecting Paris Saint-Germain
Meanwhile, Richarlison has become a key member of the Everton squad and has formed an excellent relationship with fellow Toffees striker Dominic Calvert-Lewin.
The 24-year-old scored twice as many goals in each of his three seasons at Goodison Park, setting his Toffees record of 43 in 121 appearances.
Richarlison was quickly returned to Everton by new coach Rafa Benitez after spending the summer at the Copa America and the Olympics with the Brazilian national team.
The Everton star helped the Seleção finish second in the Copa America before winning the Olympic gold in Tokyo a few weeks later.