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Hugo Lloris: 'Kylian Mbappe has great potential'

Hugo Lloris: 'Kylian Mbappe has great potential'”

Reports have suggested Mbappe could obliterate the world transfer record by signing for Los Blancos for £160million.

Mbappe netted 26 times in all competitions last season as Monaco stunned long-time champions Paris Saint-Germain to clinch the Ligue 1 title.

"Talking about players who do not belong to our club is a waste of time", said the Spain global.

A price of £161m has been mooted for any potential transfer which, even in the current climate, would seem excessive for an 18-year-old player who still has much to prove despite his obvious talent. There has to be an agreement between several parties and that will define it.

But Monaco have plenty of options for the sale Mbappe - interest in the newly made forward of the French team are showing real Madrid, Manchester city, Arsenal, PSG and Barcelona, who face the new Henri sees the replacement of the Brazilian Neymar.

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Despite having yet to acquire Mbappe, Madrid allowed Spain striker Alvaro Morata to join Chelsea for £70m.

"He's a great player, but we've been doing things very well and our squad is very good", he told reporters.

"We'll see what there may be on the market, but I think we already have world-class strikers who can score goals".



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