Mercato: Mbappé, Pogba, Dembélé… Where are the free players?


While Kylian Mbappe’s future seems to be decided, several other stars are also out of contract on June 30 and they can still sign up wherever they want. The Indian Paper takes stock of all the hot issues of the moment.


The deadly date of June 30, traditionally used as the deadline for contracts, is drawing near. As the season draws to a close, many big fish are still free to commit wherever they want and the formalities should rain in the coming weeks. The Indian Paper takes stock of all hot issues.

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Kylian Mbappe (23, PSG)

The soap opera, which debuted last summer, ran for an entire season. But it has never been so close to its result. As he himself indicated on the sidelines of the UNFP Trophy ceremony on Sunday evening, Mbappe should announce his decision “long before” the next Blues gathering scheduled for 28 May. In this last straight line, the option to sign at Real Madrid holds the ropes more than ever. This Monday, Marca also assured that the French international “sayed yes” to Merengue. According to the Spanish newspaper, his last doubts were cleared during his short stay in Madrid last week.

Pogba (29, Manchester United)

It is almost certain: at the end of the contract with the Red Devils, where he has been playing since 2016, Pogba should not extend the thrill. Currently, Juventus are ahead in the Turin file and the prospect of the world champions making a new round-trip between Manchester United and the Italian club is strong. A meeting is also scheduled for Monday between French representative Rafaela Pimenta (a partner of the late Mino Raiola for eighteen years) and Turin leaders. Player of the Old Lady between 2012 and 2016 is also tracked by several European cadres, even though he has recently ruled out the possibility of signing at Manchester City. PSG is also monitoring the situation, but to our knowledge, Capital Club are not in a position to pursue their pawn as of now. The French champions must first decide on their sporting policy before getting up to speed on the question of recruitment.

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Ousmane Dembele (25, FC Barcelona)

Pushed out during the transfer window last winter due to the failure of negotiations for his contract extension, Dembele is still not certain of his future. But, since January, his situation has evolved a lot. After being closed for a while, the former Raineys returned to Grace in the second half of the season. According to the Spanish press, the Barca coach, Xavi, absolutely wants to keep him and this desire to continue the adventure will be shared by Dembele. In such a situation, Barca will have to face competition from bigger teams. PSG are still in the race to sign the Frenchman, in discussions with their crew since January. As indicated by The Indian Paper at the end of April, the basis for the future contract is already on the table. This Sunday Sky also revealed an interest from Bayern Munich. Dembele will be part of a shortlist of Bavarian leaders – who risk leaving Lewandowski this summer – to deepen his line of attack.

Alexandre Lacazette (30, Arsenal)

Lacazette is associated with his training club, Olympique Lyonnais. The Rhne club, coming off a very rough season, is looking to work hard by securing the services of a former home scorer, a writer who scored 129 goals in 275 games for Les Goons. A few days ago, the Lyon leaders confirmed the lead, even though Lacazette wants to play in the European Cup next season and OL, having been out in the race for European places in Ligue 1, have not been able to fulfill the condition. . “But we will continue until the end, as long as it is possible. It is a wish for us”, insisted Vincent Ponsot, director of football at the OL five days ago. His name has also been associated with Barca in recent weeks, although this remains only at the level of rumours.


Bobkar Kamara (22 years old, Om)

Kamara, a pure product of the Marseille team, is moving away from OM day by day. At 22 years old, the versatile Marseille is nearing a start. The Olympian has not expanded and the trend is clearly not for an agreement in the coming weeks. In March, at RMC, Pablo Longoria nevertheless admitted that he had not given up. “I believe that until the end, the last word not said, had ignited the president of OM at Rothen. As we continue to negotiate, we have proposed various possibilities. On this type of matter, mine Believe that till the end you will have hope.” Several clubs are in the line, especially in England, but its future is still unclear.

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Paulo Dybala (28, Juventus Turin)

Like Mbappé, Dybala’s future, long uncertain, has been decided in recent hours. This Sunday, the Argentine officially announced that he would not be expanding with Juve by posting a farewell message on his social network. After seven years with Bianconeri and three seasons in Palermo (2012–2015), Dybala may be writing a new page in his history in Italy. As reported by Gazzetta dello Sport earlier this month, he has indeed agreed to join Inter Milan at the end of the season.

Luis Suarez (35, Atlético de Madrid)

He said goodbye to Wanda Metropolitano this weekend with a clear spirit. After two seasons with the Colchoneros, the former Barcelona capital will not return to Spain, but if he declares his love Alteti This Sunday, he still hasn’t said the slightest death about his future. The latter should probably be registered in the MLS on behalf of the United States.


Luka Modric (36, Real Madrid)

The identity of the club’s future Ballon d’Or 2018 is still not known. But seeing the Croatian leave Real Madrid, which he joined ten years ago, is highly unlikely. At the end of April, as it was also assured that the Madrid leaders were going to extend him until 2023, another year was optional depending on his performance. The 36-year-old midfielder continued to shine this season with the Merengue club, promising to re-train him in sports management at the end of his career.

Felix Gaboree The Indian Paper Journalist



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