‘OLX se mangwaya hua Mbappe’ – Fans in splits as video of Kylian Mbappe’s lookalike signing Al-Hilal’s contract goes viral



Many football fans have been debating over the news of Al-Hilal’s massive offer to Paris Saint-Germain (PSG) striker Kylian Mbappe. According to sources, after PSG’s officials were compelled to put him up for sale, Saudi Pro League team Al-Hilal made a mind-boggling INR 2712 crore bid to the French club.

Meanwhile, a video is getting viral on social media in which Mbappe’s lookalike can be seen signing a deal with a Saudi Arab Sheikh. It is quite clear that the person in the video is not Mbappe. However, the question is where this person comes from. Interestingly, fans reacted to the video and responded in a funny and humorous way.

Watch the video here:

According to reports, Al Hilal attempted to sign Lionel Messi as well, but the 2022 FIFA World Cup champion captain opted to sign a contract with Major League Soccer (MLS) team Inter Miami instead. According to the sources, PSG have already accepted Al Hilal’s offer to facilitate talks between the player and the Saudi club.

Will Mbappe accept the offer?

Mbappe hasn’t spoken publicly about this issue, but it will be intriguing to watch what he decides given that the Saudi Club is apparently prepared to make the French sensation an offer of INR 6329 crores for only 1 year. Despite the current inflow of talent, the Pro League does not give the same platform and limelight as Europe’s top divisions. However, money is undoubtedly the kind of money an athlete cannot easily turn down.

Mbappe will make INR 1356 crores in his final season at PSG, but the French club is seeking to offload their superstar now in order to keep him from leaving for free in the next summer transfer window. However, many supporters feel that Mbappe’s career will suffer the most if he plays in the Saudi Pro League because he is only 24 years old and shouldn’t be wasting his skills in this manner.

Here’s how fans reacted:

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