- Kylian Mbappe is reportedly unhappy at Paris Saint Germain and is willing to leave in January
- Sensational new reports claim the relationship between the 23-year old and PSG has completely broken down
- In the event he leaves the French capital, Mbappe could end up in the Premier League
Premier League stugglers Liverpool could end up being the biggest beneficiaries to the Kylian Mbappe saga, if stunning new reports are anything to go by.
On Tuesday, October 11, Marca released an alarming report claiming Mbappe wanted out of the French capital barely months after signing a mega deal.
The publication went to the lengths of suggesting Mbappe’s relationship with PSG had completely broken down, and this had opened a door for his exit as early as January.
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Last summer, Spanish giants Real Madrid were in pole position to sign Mbappe as a free agent, but the 2018 World Cup winner had a change of heart at the eleventh hour, as he decided to stay in Paris instead.
Mbappe ended up signing a lucrative new deal, which, according to the Mirror, had a condition that he would not join Los Blancos.
This leaves Liverpool as the most plausible option for Mbappe, as a move to Merseyside would not be in breach of the initial condition.
Liverpool was also among the clubs that were reportedly interested in signing Mbappe last summer.
It is however yet to be seen whether the Reds will have the financial capabilities to sign and keep Mbappe, especially so early into his mammoth new deal at PSG.
Klopp is an admirer of Mbappe, and has previously spoken in very high terms of the striker.
For Mbappe, he has also spoken about Liverpool in glowing terms recently, saying:
"It's a good club and we met them five years ago. When I was in Monaco I met them. It's a big club."
More details on Mbappe’s PSG bombshell
Earlier, Sports Brief also reported Mbappe has been working on his departure from the Parc des Princes for next January.
Recently, the former Monaco star publicly hit out at Galtier's tactics and was critical of the French gaffer following PSG's goalless draw against Reims.
Despite the 'bad blood' between Mbappe and the PSG hierarchy, the French club remain unbeaten in all competitions, Ligue 1 and the UEFA Champions League.
Source: Sports Brief News