Connect with us

Liverpool News

Mbappe Kylian to Liverpool? The Reds star gave an insightful response to his transfer links with his France teammate…



Is there a possibility of Mbappe Kylian joining Liverpool? The talented player from the Reds has provided an enlightening answer regarding the rumors of his potential transfer to his fellow France teammate.


Ibrahima Konate dismissed the rumors linking Kylian Mbappe to Liverpool with a chuckle, indicating that he finds the idea amusing. The Liverpool center-back’s reaction suggests that he does not take the transfer speculation seriously.


Ibrahima Konate has rejected the notion that Kylian Mbappe will join him at Anfield, despite rumors connecting the PSG forward to Liverpool.


Ibrahima Konate, the Liverpool centre-back, couldn’t help but burst into laughter when questioned about the possibility of his France teammate Kylian Mbappe joining him at Anfield this summer.


According to reports, Mbappe has informed Paris Saint-Germain that he intends to leave when his contract expires this summer, leading to widespread speculation about his next destination.


While Liverpool and Arsenal have been mentioned as potential suitors, it is widely believed that both clubs are unlikely to agree to the exorbitant signing-on fee and weekly wages in the seven-figure range that Mbappe is seeking.


Real Madrid are now the clear favorites to sign Mbappe, according to Konate’s comments on Canal+. He confidently stated, “It’s obvious where he’s headed. We all know, so there’s no need to even consider him for our team. I won’t waste my time trying to recruit him here.”


Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta echoed a comparable sentiment when questioned about the possibility of signing the French sensation Mbappe, emphasizing, “Whenever there is a player of such quality, we must always be part of the discussion.


“However, as you mentioned [in relation to Real Madrid], the situation appears to be different.”


Mbappe, widely recognized as one of the premier talents in global football, has maintained an impressive goal-scoring record for PSG, averaging close to a goal per game following his transition from Monaco on a permanent basis in 2018.