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Mbappe now sees PSG as IMPOSSIBLE to trust, considers breaking his contract

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Kylian Mbappe is reportedly close to ‘breaking his contract’ with Paris-Saint Germain as he continues to get embroiled in drama at the club..




French outlet L’Equipe had reported that Mbappe is at the centre of a PSG squad split and is fast losing support from his teammates, with several angry at his privileged position within the club.

And now there are claims that the Frenchman thinks that the club are ‘impossible to trust’ and that he has begun planning an immediate exit.

According to L’Equipe, Mbappe is considering paying out the rest of his contract with the club but that could end up being a colossal amount.

In regards to Mbappe’s contract situation [CDD], Jérémie Delattre – a lawyer specialising in labour law – explained: ‘As these are short contracts, they are solidified. In a case like this, it must be demonstrated that the employer has committed a serious fault, a simple fault is not enough.

‘The CDDs constitute the whole building of professional football. You do not dismiss or resign from a CDD before its term, you break it so there is a prejudice for one of the two parties and the other must pay him compensation.

‘For the employee, it is the remaining wages due until the end of the contract. For the employer, it is the same thing and sometimes more. This compensation is equivalent to the amount of the transfer when a player leaves his club before the end of his lease.’

Therefore, if Mbappe doesn’t want to honour his two-year contract with the Parisians he will have to pay his way out of the huge £650,000-a-week contract he signed in the summer.


However, Delattre explains that the Frenchman may be helped by the recent investigation into a ‘smear campaign’ by PSG on their own striker.

He continues: ‘A player could be tempted to highlight the obligation of loyalty to his employer. In this case of messages on social networks, a court could consider that the PSG ignored its obligation of loyalty, but it will then be necessary to prove the involvement of the employer.

‘It wouldn’t be easy for the 23-year-old striker and his advice. But they can already, at first, formalize their anger by sending letters to PSG and thus put pressure on him to leave as soon as possible (more likely in June than in January). This case should go in that direction.

PSG denied reportedly calling on an external company to create an army of fake accounts in order to lead campaigns against various media outlets and club staff, including Mbappe.


A Mediapart investigation was published on Wednesday morning revealing plenty of examples from their findings surrounding the French giants.

One example the article cites is from March of 2019, when rumours had originally surfaced about a potential move to Real Madrid for Mbappe.

At the time, the 2018 World Cup winning forward had given an interview to Telefoot explaining that he wanted to stay despite their Champions League elimination.

One account, Paname Squad – who Mediapart claim to be provided with information by PSG – congratulated the forward on his decision but also called on players to ‘work in silence’.

The same account also posted a critical message when Mbappe had been named Ligue 1 player of the year at the UNFP awards and explained in his speech that it was perhaps time for him to take on ‘more responsibilities’.



Another reason that Mbappe reportedly finds it impossible to trust the club is due to the fact he feels promises have been broken since signing his contract extension.

It has been revealed that the relationship between Mbappe and the club got to a breaking point due to the fact the striker feels betrayed just five months after signing a new deal, according to L’Equipe.

Reports suggests the Ligue 1 champions had promised him a big transfer window including signing the likes of Robert Lewandowski, Bernardo Silva and Milan Skriniar to help them finally win the Champions League.

The Frenchman has been open in criticising his role at his club, claiming he gets far more joy playing in behind a central striker, like Olivier Giroud, than as the centre-forward himself.


And the Frenchman didn’t hold back in his criticisms of PSG’s style of play last week and called out Christophe Galtier following their goalless draw against Reims.

Mbappe posted an Instagram story that included a picture of himself in action accompanied by ‘#pivotgang’ in a dig at the way in which his manager had used him.

Galtier has since played down the criticism, insisting that it was merely a reaction in the heat of the moment.

‘I spoke a lot with Kylian at the start of the season and I was very attentive to his comments when he was playing for France, saying that he felt better in Les Bleus’ attacking set-up,’ the PSG manager said.


In reports surrounding the split in the PSG team, L’Equipe say the discontent within the squad towards Mbappe is continuing to grow.

Several of his teammates are reportedly unhappy with the French star’s attitude, which continues to change each week, with Mbappe becoming increasingly isolated within the squad.

The PSG squad is now split, with Neymar – who has infamously had public tension with Mbappe on several occasions already this season – and his South American teammates turning away from Mbappe after the Brazilian learnt of the Frenchman’s desire to see him leave in the summer.

Similarly, centre-back Marquinhos and the Spanish speakers in the squad are also angry with Mbappe’s increased power.


Mbappe’s support base is ever shrinking with the club’s star man now only having the backing of his fellow French teammates Presnel Kimpembe, Nordi Mukiele and Hugo Ekitike, along with Achraf Hakimi.

It was hoped that the arrival of new boss Christophe Galtier would heal divisions within the dressing room, which had previously held the club back.

This was boosted by the exits of Argentinian stars Angel Di Maria and Leandro Paredes as this reduced the significant influence of the South American players in the squad.

However, the South Americans who remained were unhappy with the amount of power that Mbappe had been granted, with the terms of his new contract evident of a club who were desperate to retain their star man.

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