According to rumors, the relationship between France’s Kylian Mbappe and his club Paris-Saint Germain has become so nasty that the athlete wants to quit the organization.
In May, Mbappe agreed to a three-year contract to stay with Ligue 1’s powerhouse, Paris-Saint Germain.
However, Mbappe wants to cancel the contract and leave the club in January, according to a story in Marca that cites individuals acquainted with the proceedings.
According to the report, the French striker would prefer to go for Real Madrid, but the French club will only allow him to depart for Liverpool.
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Last month, Kylian Mbappe’s allegations that he has greater flexibility playing for France were accepted by Paris Saint-Germain coach Christophe Galtier, who conceded the star forward’s club job is “more constrained.”
After scoring a 2-0 victory against Austria in the UEFA Nations League to help France escape being demoted from the top division, Mbappe attracted attention with his comments.
The 23-year-old said that for France, where he played with Olivier Giroud in Karim Benzema’s absence, “to do different things” than for PSG.
“His evaluation is accurate. When compared to the national team, he is not in the same configuration with us “In September, Galtier spoke with reporters.
Afforded the guys we have, he is undoubtedly a lot more constrained upfront with us, but I don’t believe he is given less flexibility.
Galtier said that since PSG didn’t buy a traditional center-forward in the summer, Mbappe had become more of an attack’s focal point, bringing in Lionel Messi and Neymar.
“We firmly believed that in order to have more alternatives and answers, we need a fourth player with a distinct personality. It’s unfortunate, but it is what it is that this guy never showed up, “Galtier, whose undefeated team leads Ligue 1 by two points over Marseille, remarked.
“With Olivier Giroud, Mbappe has this kind of player on the France squad. We don’t have the same profiles, but we do have others.”