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Despite continuous speculation about the world cup winner future, the financial implications of the corona virus pandemic will likely lead to any interested club unable to sign the French man during the next transfer window.
However, according to reports Liverpool are putting together a block buster deal for a player widely regarded as Europe most sought out players after Ronaldo and Messi.
The reports suggest that premier league champions are willing to part with a near world record fee for mane.
The Senegalese international who has 3 years left to run in his contract remaining with the Reds , has been linked with a mind blowing move to real Madrid .
Paris Saint German are planning to keep the world cup winner for the long haul as they want to offer the 21 year old a long term contract and Mbappe has stated that for him to sign a new contract an affordable release clause must be provided into the deal
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