A study by KPMG, the multinational professional services network has placed an estimated market value on the French striker.
Real Madrid now have a reasonable idea of how much they will need to pay to secure the services of Kylian Mbappé if they want to bring the striker to the Spanish capital this summer. International company KPMG carried out a study on the impact of the Covid-19 crisis on football players’ market value studying two scenarios: players involved in leagues that ceased activity (i.e Belgium, Scotland and France) and those players involved in leagues that plan to resume competition albeit with games staged behind closed doors (Italy, Spain and Germany).
Value on each individual player slips by 26.5% in those postponed leagues and by just 17.7% in countries where the seasons will be completed.
KMPG place a player value of 177 million euro on Mbappé given that the French Ligue 1 season will not be concluded. This price is a drop from the 225 million euro that the striker was deemed to be worth prior to the global coronavirus pandemic. Continue reading