Kylian Mbappé makes revealing admission to Paul Pogba on France duty 8 months ago

Kylian Mbappé makes revealing admission to Paul Pogba on France duty

Even more fuel has been added to the fire.

Kylian Mbappé has poured fuel on the fire surrounding his future at Paris Saint-Germain after revealing to Paul Pogba that he is "fed up."

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Mbappé and Pogba met up after both being called up for international duty with France and were caught on camera embracing on arrival at Clairefontaine.

During the greeting, Pogba could be seen asking Mbappé how he life was at his club. The PSG forward then moved in closer, presumably to stop people from hearing, before saying he was feeling "fed up."

Whether that's in reference to life at PSG or just life in general, we can't be entirely sure, but given the current dressing room crisis at PSG, people have inevitably drawn conclusions.

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Where could Mbappé go?

The 23-year-old has been heavily linked with a move away from the Parc des Princes this summer and is expected to leave on a free transfer.

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Real Madrid has been touted as the most likely destination after the Spanish side failed with several bids to bring Mbappé to the Santiago Bernabeu in the summer.

What is the atmosphere like at PSG?

Coupled along with PSG's cataclysmic exit from the Champions League and most recent poor result against Monaco, the atmosphere at the Ligue 1 side is at an all-time low.

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Reports from RMC Sport have claimed that the PSG dressing room is extremely divided at the moment - in particular between the South American and French contingents of the squad - which is contributing to a lack of continuity on the pitch.

The future of Mauricio Pochettino is also a hot topic at the moment with many believing his days are PSG are numbered after another premature exit from the Champions League.

Despite topping the Ligue 1 table, performances have been less than convincing and fans are now also beginning to turn on the squad as well as the Qatari owners.

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