Real Madrid put price tag on Rodrygo following Mbappe’s Arrival

April 2, 2024

Real Madrid nearing to sign Kylian Mbappe from PSG this summer.

Real Madrid put price tag on Rodrygo following Mbappe's Arrival

The arrival of Kylian Mbappe may threaten Brazil’s standing.

According to recent reports, Real Madrid will only consider selling its gifted striker Rodrygo for a figure of between €100 and €120 million. These statements are consistent with rumours that Liverpool is eyeing the Brazilian as a potential Mohamed Salah replacement.

Rodrygo had a huge influence for Real Madrid after signing from Santos in 2019. His rapid rise has made him a vital component of the first squad, playing a significant role in the team’s victory over many major titles. The 23-year-old, Rodrygo is well-established with the team and his contract will expire in the summer of 2027.

Despite his desire to remain at Real Madrid, Rodrygo’s playing time may be limited in the coming season, especially if Kylian Mbappé decides to join from PSG.

With the likely arrival of the French international, the competition for a spot in the starting eleven will intensify, and Rodrygo’s playing time may be reduced.

Real Madrid set a price tag on Rodrygo amid Liverpool interest

Liverpool is becoming increasingly interested in Rodrygo while Mohamed Salah’s future remains uncertain. Salah’s contract expires in 2025, and Middle Eastern clubs may be seeking to sign the forward.

As a result, Liverpool could lose its Egyptian star this summer. In light of this, the Reds see Rodrygo as a potential Salah replacement, providing talent on the flanks as well as an extra offensive option.

Real Madrid continues to demand a payment of between 100 and 120 million euros for the Brazilian international, despite the fact that Liverpool has made a superior offer for Rodrygo of around 80 million euros.

On Sunday, Real Madrid overcame Athletic Bilbao 2-0 at home, with Rodrygo scoring in both halves to maintain their lead in the La Liga rankings.After a wonderful move to the box and eight minutes of play, the Brazilian broke the deadlock as Bilbao’s defence failed to stop the winger. He curled the ball into the back of the net.