Read Up “Arsenal, Manchester United, and Newcastle might sign Kylian Mbappe.” Dr. Rob Wilson, a football finance expert from Sheffield Business School, claims that the French superstar would benefit financially by leaving “second tier club” Paris Saint-Germain for a major European power.

Kylian Mbappe does make financial sense for Man United, Arsenal, and Newcastle, according to Dr. Wilson, who spoke via the well-known UK YouTube site

He is still young enough. He is a legendary athlete who plays for a lower-tier French team. PSG is a lower-tier team in general.

It’s a chance to generate significant brand leverage that, in my opinion, hasn’t been optimized for PSG. Although he wears Nike and Jordan clothing, he falls into the David Beckham or Messi-Ronaldo category nowadays.

“I believe that his career would change if he joined a team with the sort of international clout of Real Madrid or Manchester United.

However, because of the acquisition value, he is under a lot of pressure to produce on the field. His reputation was established through his participation in the French national team and subsequent success with PSG. Real, Manchester United, or Barcelona all understand him perfectly.

“You’re constantly searching for these superstars to identify with your brand, and I believe Real Madrid or Manchester United provide that.

“The Qataris taking over Man United and their obvious involvement with PSG would be realistic.”

Arsenal, Manchester United, And Newcastle Might Sign Kylian Mbappe
Arsenal, Manchester United, And Newcastle Might Sign Kylian Mbappe

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Harry Maguire is ‘very essential’ for Manchester United, says Erik ten Hag, who stressed he ‘respects’ the center-back.

Maguire just lost his position as club captain, and Ten Hag chose Bruno Fernandes to take over in his place.

According to reports, Maguire ‘warmly congratulated’ Fernandes on winning the armband after Ten Hag made the announcement to the entire team yesterday while on the team’s preseason tour of the United States.

Although there have been rumors that Maguire will leave this summer, it has now been asserted that Ten Hag wants him to remain.

The head coach has since revealed his feelings against the England defender.

Ten Hag remarked, “We appreciate Harry Maguire; he’s really vital for this group, for this team.

“And, you know, we have four center backs in addition to him.

We know we can’t do it with 11 players, which is why I’m glad we have four excellent center backs. I spoke about consistency.