Read Up “Kylian Mbappe may have offered a cryptic hint regarding his summer transfer decision.” Although a transfer to Saudi Arabia seems to have been put on hold, Real Madrid are the heavy favorites to sign the 24-year-old.

Liverpool is one of the teams mentioned in connection with a loan to the Premier League.

Mbappe, however, may have merely hinted at his preferences in a cryptic social media post.

Fans noticed that one of a series of photos uploaded on Instagram contained three playing cards that were turned upside down.

All three wore the number nine, which is currently available at Real Madrid due to the departure of Karim Benzema.

Kylian Mbappe May Have Offered A Cryptic Hint Regarding His Summer Transfer Decision
Kylian Mbappe May Have Offered A Cryptic Hint Regarding His Summer Transfer Decision

According to reports, Vincent Kompany and Arsenal midfielder Albert Sambi Lokonga may reconnect this summer.

The future of the Belgian international, who was a teammate of Kompany’s at Anderlecht, remains questionable at the Emirates.

The 23-year-old was signed in 2021, and with the Gunners, he has only appeared in 39 appearances across all leagues.

He was loaned out to Crystal Palace for the final half of the previous season, and he could now be offloaded once more.

The Evening Standard said that he might leave on loan or be bought out on a long-term contract.

According to rumors, Burnley, who won the Championship under Kompany’s guidance last season, are the current front-runners to sign him.

Manchester United and Adidas have expanded their partnership, resulting in the largest kit deal in Premier League history.

The new agreement extends their present commitment to the German sports manufacturer by ten years, through 2035.

Even more astoundingly, the kit transaction will reportedly be valued £900 million.

As a result of record-breaking sales for both the men’s and women’s collections during the off-season, it will be valued at least £90 million per season.

After a 23-year absence during which their uniforms were produced by Nike, United switched back to Adidas in 2015–16.

It surpasses Man United’s previous contract with Adidas, which was worth £75 million over 10 years, bringing the total value of the Premier League’s deals to £750 million.