Liverpool can afford stunning £175MILLION Kylian Mbappe transfer after shock claims he wants to quit PSG | The Sun

LIVERPOOL reportedly CAN afford the mega £175million to sign Kylian Mbappe in January.

The Paris Saint-Germain superstar, 22, is said to want to leave his hometown club.

And Marca report that the Anfield side have the financial clout to land the Frenchman.

Football finance expert Kieran Maguire spoke with them and reckons the Reds would easily comply with the Fair Play restrictions.

Jurgen Klopp's team were interest in the striker when his contract finished last summer.

Mbappe eventually signed a new contract worth a whopping £500m.


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But the France international supposedly feels "betrayed" by the Parisians after the Ligue 1 champs failed to land his summer targets.

And the forward mentioned past talks with Liverpool in an interview highlighted by Marca.

He said:" I've talked to Liverpool because red is my mother's favorite color and my mother loves Liverpool. 

"We met them a few years ago, when I was at Monaco, it's a great club.

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"Now we talk to them a little, but not much. In the end it was between Real Madrid and PSG."

According to former player and current pundit Jan Aage Fjortoft, Mbappe is heading to Real after the 2022 World Cup either in January or the summer.

Fjortoft also claimed that the 23-year-old has already signed a secret deal with Los Blancos, who have been keeping tabs since last year.

The ex-Swindon striker tweeted: "…Like I have said for a long time…after the World Cup Mbappe will join Real Madrid either in the first or the second transfer- window.

"My tip is that that deal is already signed and locked up someway."

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PSG are willing to let Mbappe go – BUT on the condition that he doesn't join Real due to the two club's uneasy relationship.

That is why Mbappe's most likely way out of Paris would be if he joined Liverpool.

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