Liverpool have Kylian Mbappe's big money transfer solution


Liverpool reportedly have a plan in place to sign Kylian Mbappe next summer

According to transfer expert Ian McGarry, the Reds are planning to sign the France international next year when his contract at PSG is due to expire.

McGarry goes on to say that the deal would have a “freedom of contract”, meaning that Mbappe and not the club would be in control in the player's future.

“Our understanding is that while Liverpool can’t necessarily afford a transfer fee in the region of what Chelsea paid for Romelu Lukaku, they can afford a move for Mbappe under freedom of contract next summer, when he will be out of his current deal with PSG,” he said on The Transfer Window Podcast.

“Of course, the wages will be substantial, but again, Mbappe is interested in making the move to Liverpool, something that Jurgen Klopp has a central role in, in regards to Mbappe’s respect and admiration for the German coach.

"We know that Real Madrid are interested as well and that will be an option for him. However, it is information reported to us that Liverpool are pursuing and they believe they have an opportunity in which they may be able to get Mbappe for two or three years if they include a get-out clause in his contract, which would be signed under freedom of movement.

"So Mbappe would be in charge of his future in terms of leaving Liverpool at the point he wants to, so his career plan would be one he's completely in charge of."

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