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Liverpool Stance On Kylian Mbappe Revealed Following £215M Deal Rumors

(via Fox Sports Asia)

(via Fox Sports Asia)

Liverpool currently have one of the best squads in European football, but that hasn’t prevented the Reds from being linked with some big names ahead of the next summer transfer window.

Jurgen Klopp has assembled a great group of players that have taken the English giants to become Champions League winners again and be in a great position to win the Premier League next year.

In recent days the Merseysiders were linked with Paris Saint-Germain star Kylian Mbappe over a potential move to Anfield Road for the Frenchman.

It all started with Nike taking over Liverpool’s kit manufacturing, which sparked rumors about a potential arrival in England. Spanish reports recently suggested that the Reds are interested in a possible £215 million deal for Nike advertising star Mbappe.

Now The Athletic, via the Express, report that it’s unlikely Liverpool will make a move for Mbappe, claiming the deal would be too expensive.

However, Mbappe didn’t hesitate to show his intentions to continue his career somewhere else, as long as he finds an appealing project for him.

"I think I'm reaching the first or second turning point in my career," he said at the end of last season.

"Maybe it's time to have more responsibility, which could be at PSG with great pleasure or maybe somewhere else with a new project.

"This was my fourth season in this league and I've had a lot of exciting experiences.

“First, I was with Monaco and we managed to win the title and then I joined a totally different project in Paris where I've managed to adapt from the first year.

"There have been some disappointments, but that's part of football and we managed to solve things in order to win the title."

Real Madrid have also been linked with a move for the Frenchman, as Los Blancos keep looking for a replacement for Cristiano Ronaldo. Real have a lot of players on their list, but this guy may be the solution to all their problems.