Real Madrid’s transfer budget for next year has been revealed and things couldn’t look more promising for Los Blancos. The club delegates met to approve the club's financial accounts, with a plan in place to try to persuade Kylian Mbappe to come from Paris Saint-Germain next summer.
This all comes after the club spent over €300 million in the offseason, landing Eden Hazard and Luka Jovic among others in the rebuilding process led by Zinedine Zidane.
Nevertheless, even after the significant outlay, there still appears to be plenty of money in the bank for Real. AS broke down the details of the aforementioned financial accounts, giving great news to the Spanish giants. While the cash they spent was big, the club did also recoup money to the tune of £117 million by selling players like Mateo Kovacic and Marcos Llorente.
The Spanish publication also reports that €156 million is available to the club in liquid assets, while a further €285m is available in credit. With all this money available, Madrid have big chances to pursue another marquee signing next summer.
The best thing about this is that AS claim the player they would look is Kylian Mbappe of Paris Saint-Germain, a move that wouldn’t be so hard for them, as the only thing they need to complete it would be the player's ‘go-ahead.'
In addition, the club will try to work and make things easier by trying to persuade Mbappe not to renew his current deal with PSG which runs out in June 2022. If Mbappe decides to push his team, PSG would be forced to either sell him next year or offer him a new deal.
If the Frenchman decides to call it quits with PSG, that's going to be very helpful for Madrid and their attempts to sign the 20-year-old.
Neymar was also mentioned as a potential target for the 13-time Champions League winners, but the Brazilian is keen to return to Barcelona, so a move to Madrid won’t be happening any time soon.