Real Madrid proposed mega transfer will witness a delay until 2021 due to the effect of coronavirus crisis.
Real Madrid is keen on signing Paris Saint-Germain Kylian Mbappe but with the rapid spread of the pandemic Los Blancos president Florentino Perez has chosen to delay the dealy.
Mbappe has emerged to be a global star following his exploit in the last World Cup and his immense performance at club level for Ligue 1 Champions.
Mbappe is expected to cost Real Madrid €300m this Summer, but his contract will only have one year left next Summer so he might only cost half of the valuation he currently worth.
it also suggested that the former AS Monaco is also keen on moving to Santiago Bernabeu in a bid to take his career to the next height.
Mbappe and his manager Thomas Tuchel were involved in an argument after he was being substituted and an ongoing issue with the ultras at the club, so perhaps that would be an ideal time for him to move.
Real Madrid has not shown any sign of slowing down since the star joined Paris Saint-Germain from AS Monaco in 2017 on loan basis before making it a permanent move in 2018.