Kylian Mbappe feels “betrayed” by Paris St-Germain and wants to leave the club in January, says French football expert Julien Laurens.
The France forward signed a new three-year deal in May but now feels he made a “mistake”.
Mbappe, who has scored 12 goals in all competitions for PSG this season, would prefer a move to Real Madrid.
But PSG’s sporting director Luis Campos says the 23-year-old has “never talked about leaving” the club in January.
Speaking to BBC Radio 5 Live, Laurens said: “He feels betrayed by the club in the sense that all the things the club promised him when he signed that new deal until 2025 have not happened.
“The promises they would sign a new striker so he could play in his best position off the striker, that Neymar wouldn’t be there and he would be sold, that they would sign a centre-back, and he would be at the centre of the project. All of these things have not happened.
“We knew there were tensions and now he has made his mind up and he doesn’t want to be there. He feels he made a mistake by extending his contract and he should have left in the summer, now he is looking at the January transfer window at where he could go.”
World Cup winner Mbappe has lifted 11 trophies at PSG, including four Ligue 1 titles, since joining from Monaco initially on loan in 2017.