Good morning football fans
Real Madrid will announce the free transfer of Kylian Mbappe after their Champions League final against Liverpool.
AS and Marca both claim the PSG striker has agreed a mega-money five-year deal to move to the Bernabeu.
And his contract will also include the world’s highest release clause – currently held by Barcelona’s Ferran Torres at £1BILLION.
Elsewhere, Lionel Messi will reportedly link up with David Beckham at Inter Miami.
But he won’t ditch PSG until his deal expires in 2023.
DIRECTV Sports report part of the proposal will be for Messi to own a 35 percent stake in the MLS franchise.
The Argentina legend has also been linked with a return to Barcelona this summer.
Meanwhile, Robert Lewandowski is reportedly desperate to join Barcelona.
And he is even willing to take a £100,000-a-week wage cut to make his dream move come true.
Chelsea and PSG are both thought to have joined the race for the wantaway Bayern Munich striker.
But Mundo Deportivo claims Lewandowski only wants Barcelona and is ready to do whatever it takes to get a move.
In other news, Tottenham will sign both Cristian Romero and Dejan Kulusevski on a permanent basis this summer, reports suggest.
That is according to transfer expert Fabrizio Romano, who claims that Spurs have set aside €80million (£68m) to tie both loan stars down with fresh contracts.
Kulusevski joined the North Londoners from Juventus in January on an initial 18-month loan deal.
Romero arrived earlier last summer on loan from Atalanta with the option to buy for £42.5m.
It is understood that there is also a five-year contract already agreed with the centre-back that will become official once his loan turns into a permanent transfer.
Finally, Enzo Fernandez is set to become the subject of a three-way transfer tussle between three of European football’s elite clubs, according to reports.
The 21-year-old River Plate star is being targeted by Manchester City, Manchester United and Champions League finalists Real Madrid.
According to Clarin, the star is irreplaceable for Marcelo Gallardo’s River Plate side, but with a release clause of just £17million the situation could be taken out of their hands.
All three clubs have had success shopping in the South American markets, with Man City already securing the services of the 2021 Americas player of the year Julian Alvarez – also from River.