Laliga giants Ral Madrid has a double swoop plan for Kylian Mbappe and Erling Haaland in the summer.
The duo have been linked with a move to Laliga next season with Mbappe said to have signed a pre-contract agreement with Carlo Ancelotti’s side; Haaland on the other hand still weighing his options as he has a lot of suitors.
Diario AS reports that Real Madrid’s current wage budget stands at $528m, with the scope to stretch it to €739m, based on club revenue but the club plans to offload some of their biggest earning players including Gareth Bale in the summer.
🚨| LaLiga confirmed that Madrid’s salary limit remains at €739M, of which they are using just €528M. Real Madrid want to release at least €60M more this summer so it’s financially VERY POSSIBLE to sign both – Mbappé and Haaland. 🇫🇷🇳🇴 @diarioas [🥈] pic.twitter.com/XPn35Bj1s2
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The offload will give them an extra €60m with Mbappe’s prospective deal estimated at €25m per year.
Madrid feels they have what it takes to sign Haaland too who is a target for rivals Barcelona but La Liga has confirmed they will not exceed the club’s salary limit in 2022 if a double move is made.