Kylian Mbappe’s arrival at Real Madrid could cause problems in dressing room

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There are already concerning indications from Kylian Mbappe’s summer transfer from Pairs Saint Germain to Real Madrid.

The highly anticipated transfer saga of the twenty-first century is set to come to an end when the France international joins Carlo Ancelotti’s team later this summer.

Just a few weeks ago, Mbappe revealed in a video statement that he intended to leave Paris, having spent the previous seven years at the Parc des Princes.

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But his transfer to the Bernabeu might cause more issues in the changing room.

Given that players like Rodrygo, Jude Bellingham, and Vinicius Jr. are already vying to be Spain’s top player, L’Équipe thinks Mbappe might change the atmosphere in the camp.

According to the article, given the Frenchman’s standing in the game, there are “mild concerns” about the impact of his coming.

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With a staggering 288 goals in his career, Mbappe’s arrival may make some players feel intimidated.

The 25-year-old former Monaco player is almost certain to play a significant role, therefore summer exits at Madrid have been mentioned.

William Gallas is one former player who shares the belief that Ancelotti’s team will soon see some departures.

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The former Arsenal player doesn’t see how every player can stay content after Mbappe arrives, despite the fact that the team is expected to have an abundance of talent overall.

“I don’t know what is going to happen when Kylian Mbappe comes to Real Madrid, because playing down the middle is not his position,” he recently told Genting Casino.

“I would not be surprised to see a front three of Vinicius Jr, Mbappe and Rodrygo, with Mbappe down the middle, then the next season they sell Vinicius Jr.

“I don’t think Mbappe playing down the middle will restrict Jude Bellingham. When he was at Dortmund, Bellingham did not play as high up the pitch as he does for Real Madrid, and he was still a great player.”

By Shyam
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