Kylian Mbappe has now seemingly taken aim at Paris Saint-Germain amid his reported feud with Neymar.
The France forward has been at the forefront of a reported squabble in the PSG camp this season, with it being suggested that sporting director Luis Campos and manager Christophe Galtier had to intervene and reprimand the aforementioned duo following their feud over who should be taking penalties.
Lionel Messi reportedly also decided to act as a mediator between the pair to ensure that they nip the issue in the bud after the Brazil winger had "liked" two social media posts criticising Mbappe and his new contract at the club.
These claims were made in the context of reports suggesting that Mbappe would have a big say in the team's decisions as part of the new deal he signed with Les Parisiens in May.
While it was believed the dust had settled on the reported feud, the 23-year-old's latest comments while on international duty with France seem to indicate that he is still not quite happy with how things are going in Paris.
"How they ask me to play here [with France] is different," Mbappe said, per the Daily Mirror.
"With France, I have much more freedom than at PSG.
"The coach knows that there is a '9' like Giroud, and I can move and go to the space that creates.
"In Paris it is different, they ask me to play pivot."
These comments came after the former AS Monaco star scored a goal to help Les Bleus secure a 2-0 win over Austria in their UEFA Nations League clash on Thursday night.
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