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Roberto Firmino has agreed to join the Spanish giants when his Liverpool contract expires this summer.



Roberto Firmino has revealed he wants to leave Liverpool when his Anfield contract expires.

Roberto Firmino is reportedly set to join Real Madrid on a free transfer at the end of June at the end of his current spell at Liverpool.

Spanish outlet El Nacional said Los Blancos want a Brazilian striker for Bosman and are seeking a deal to sign Steve McManaman, who rejected new terms at Anfield to move to the Spanish capital in 1999. The report will be a blow to Jurgen Klopp and his coaching staff, who are trying to convince Firmino to stay for at least another year. The 31-year-old has lost the patience that has made him a key part of Klopp’s pressing system in recent years, but retains the intelligence and composure that plagues the top team. 

Liverpool are currently in transition, currently 8th in the Premier League and likely to miss out on Champions League football next season. Klopp’s side have been criticized for a lack of dynamism all year and the aging squad is in dire need of renewal. Fans are urging the German coach to set aside some of his faithful for the next generation.

Klopp therefore believes he is tired of dismantling the team too soon and sees Firmino as a key presence in the dressing room. The Reds boss has already seen Sadio Mane leave in 2021 and is eagerly awaiting the departure of another member of the dreaded Mane-Firmino-Salah trident.

Real Madrid see Firmino as a cheap option to buy time in their long-term search for the next number 9 shirt. Karim Benzema is now 35 years old and despite consistent performances in the Champions League, he cannot go on forever.

The Spanish giants are hoping to bring Kylian Mbappé to the Bernabeu but understand it could be years before that is possible. Bobby can be a great emergency worker.


Kylian Mbappe has made the latest transfer announcement following PSG’s disappointing Champions League campaign.

Kylian Mbappe appears to be planning to stay at the club for next season, despite recent rumors that he could leave Paris Saint-Germain.

Kylian Mbappe, who wants to commit his long-term future to the club, has secured the Champions League title with Paris Saint-Germain.

In May last year, the forward signed a three-year contract renewal with Paris, but the final year is a further extension for the player. Despite signing this contract, he has long been closely associated with being away from the Parc des Princes.

Mbappe has rejected promises of a future with PSG amid transfer rumours. When asked about his transfer target for November, he replied: “This is my second World Cup.” “After that” I’m not sure. By March, he was back in the limelight.

Another issue was the French striker’s ongoing feud with fellow striker Neymar. Mbappe has been rumored to be unhappy with PSG since the superstar duo clashed on penalties in a Ligue 1 match earlier this season. PSG’s marketing for the season ticket renewal, which mainly emphasized his contribution, was criticized by the striker last week. Mbappe posted the following statement on Instagram.

“I have just seen the club’s renewal campaign for the 23/24 season. “The content of the interview with the other party was never disclosed to me. Apparently it was a typical interview for the club’s Marketing Day. I disagree with the video posted. So I protect the rights to personal images. PSG is a big organization with big families, but Kylian Saint-Germain is not. thank you.”

However, Mbappe has now made his future at the club clear by confirming his intention to win the Champions League with Les Parisiens. Reports suggest he has no intention of leaving the club this summer despite his contract expiring.

Mbappe told France 3 that winning the Champions League is the next step. “We went to the finals, semi-finals, quarter-finals and round of 16. I tried my best but still didn’t win. I need that. where to make it a location in Paris. I have a contract and I’m from Paris. The same goes for PSG. Mbappe has been the subject of controversy this season but has still performed well on the pitch. The 24-year-old has scored 31 goals in all competitions, overtaking former Manchester United striker Edinson Cavani as the club’s top scorer.

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