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Mbappe overtakes Ronaldo as Real Madrid’s highest-paid player ever

That is according to AS, which looked at all the legendary players who have played for Real Madrid in the past and came to the conclusion that Mbappe will make more money than all of them combined.
Legends like David Beckham, Zinedine Zidane, and Cristiano Ronaldo, who left Real Madrid in 2018 to join Juventus, are among those mentioned.

There is disagreement among reports about Mbappe’s compensation, making it unclear just how much he will make.

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Gianluca Di Marzio, a conservative reporter, predicts he will earn €25 million a year net, while other sources predict he will earn more than €50 million a year net, much beyond Ronaldo. Additionally, he will get a signing bonus that might total €100 million.

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Gareth Bale now earns €37 million a year in gross wages, although he will depart Real Madrid at the conclusion of the current campaign when his contract ends.

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By the end of this month, Mbappe is anticipated to make the Real Madrid deal official.

In order to go to the Santiago Bernabeu, the 23-year-old has twice turned down offers of an extension at the Parc des Princes.

The 2021 summer’s greatest transfer story concerned the World Cup hero as he sought to force through a deal to Madrid.
Although the deal was unsuccessful, it has been widely acknowledged for a while that Mbappe would go to the Santiago Bernabeu at the conclusion of the current campaign on a Bosman.

Le Parisien has recently reported that PSG may persuade Mbappe to sign a new two-year deal with the team.

Madrid, though, remains optimistic that an agreement will be reached in Spain.

In 2017, Mbappe joined PSG from Monaco in a €180 million transaction, arriving the same summer as Neymar, who moved for a record-breaking €222 million.

During his tenure with the club, he has won four Ligue 1 championships in addition to the World Cup with the France national team.

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