This summer has seen a lot of insane transfers, some unexpected like Messi to PSG and Lukaku to Chelsea whilst others expected such as Sancho’s transfer to Manchester United. However, this summer’s transfer window is nearing it’s end, prompting many transfer experts and tabloids already beginning to speculate and dig up dirt for next summer. Something which is already quite known is that next summer will most probably see the departures of two of the most promising young talents, Erling Haaland and Kylian Mbappe from their respective clubs.
French superstar Kylian Mbappe has been with PSG for nearly 5 years now. Reports in France have reported that Mbappe would like this season to be his final season in Paris so that he can experience a new challenge, with Spain or England his likeliest of destinations. Kylian Mbappe to Real Madrid seems inevitable, with the Spanish club finally finding a suitable player to fill Cristiano Ronaldo’s boots whilst Kylian will join one of the most reputable clubs around and be coached by fellow Frenchman Zinedine Zidane. The deal has reportedly been in the pipe works for years now, with links between the two dating back to when he was a teenager.
An alternate to Real Madrid can be Manchester United. The interest from the Red Devils was reported by ESPN, they said that Manchester United coach Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is going to want an established striker as this will be Edison Cavani’s last season in England. Kylian Mbappe is said to be on top of the list. Manchester United like Real Madrid are one of the world’s most reputable club so a move t0 Manchester wouldn’t be a bad idea. At Old Trafford he’ll be playing with fellow French stars Raphael Varane and Paul Pogba.
Another player said to be on that list is Norwegian Erling Haaland. Haaland has been playing for Borussia Dortmund for nearly 2 years now and has scored 42 goals in 44 appearances. Erling, like Mbappe, will enter his last season with his club this season. Next summer, the striker will have a £75 million release clause, a very good price for a player of his age and talent. Haaland’s options are said to be Manchester United, Bundesliga champions Bayern, Real Madrid and Manchester City if they fail to sign a striker this summer. The most realistic of moves would be move to England, as he would continue his father’s legacy. A move to Bundesliga rivals Bayern can’t be excluded as it seems that there star striker Robert Lewandowski is also edging for a move away
Which ever club these two players will play for, their talent is undeniable. They are the heirs to Messi and Ronaldo for a reason.