RMC Sport are reporting that several PSG players have complained to the president of the club over recent comments from Kylian Mbappe.
In an interview with France Football, Mbappe criticised PSG and called them a 'divisive team' that attract gossip, and he implied that leaving the club would help him in his goal to win the Champions League.
The striker also criticised those in charge at PSG when airing his frustrations as to why they repeatedly failed to win the Europe's premier competition.
"I don't know what PSG are missing to win the Champions League, it's not a question for me," said Mbappe.
You have to talk to the people who make the team, who organise the squad, who build this club. I just try to do my job as well as possible. I was the best player, top scorer for the fifth year in a row in Ligue 1.
Sometimes in football you face what is called a glass ceiling. That's why it's not a big question for me, it's for those at the top.
PSG Players Were Not Happy With Mbappe's Comments About The Club
BREAKING: Six PSG players have contacted the president of the club to complain about comment's about the club, made by Kylian Mbappé in an interview with France Football Magazine.pic.twitter.com/DzGLntgqwZ
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"And the fact that I'm right next door, in Paris..." added the Frenchman.
"I think playing at PSG doesn't help much because it's a divisive team, a divisive club. So, of course it attracts gossip but it doesn't bother me because I know what I'm doing and how I do it."
These latest developments in the feud between player and club come after the news that PSG believe Mbappe has agreed to join Real Madrid on a free transfer next summer, when his contract runs out.
They have also given him a deadline of July 31 to sign a new contract until 2025, or be sold to the highest bidder this summer.