A discreet battle between PSG and Real Madrid to get on the good side of Kylian Mbappe’s is going on. The Frenchman plays as a forward for Ligue 1 club PSG and the France national team. His contract will end in June, and Los Blancos hopes for his services on a free transfer. Fans are eagerly waiting that when this Operation Mbappe will be finally accomplished.
His lawyer Delphine Verheyden and his mother Fayza Lamari will go through his new contract, whether it will be with Paris Saint-Germain or Real Madrid. These two women are in charge of Mbappe’s and France international’s future for the time being.
The individuals playing roles in ‘Operation Mbappe‘
Mbappe’s lawyer: Delphine Verheyden
She is one of the excellent lawyers in France who has advised many elite athletes such as the pole vaulter Renaud Lavillenie and the judoka Teddy Riner. She’s close with Mbappe’s family and advised him to go for Real Madrid. She believes that Kylian will make history, and his brand image will be boosted if he joins Los Blancos in the summer.
Mbappe’s mother: Fayza Lamari
She is a firm negotiator, ambitious, and in favor of PSG’s contract extension offers. She has a crucial role in Mbappe’s case as she has advised her son many times to renew his contract with PSG as a sign of gratitude. She is on good terms with PSG sporting director Leonardo and president Nasser Al-Khelaifi. However, Mbappe is firm on his decision to play for Real Madrid.
Luis Campos and Christophe Henrotaye
Campos, who is in contact with Mbappe and his family, is specialized in bringing talented players. He has collaborated with Real Madrid as a consultant and can have a more advanced role if Mbappe joins Los Blancos.
Christophe has a good relationship with the French footballer and Real Madrid, so he is a mediator between both parties. Moreover, in operation Mbappe, he works discreetly.
Kia Joorabchian: The joining link with PSG
Last summer, the Iranian agent played an intermediary role between Real Madrid and PSG talks. He is not close to the footballer or involved much in the discussions for the time being.