Kylian Mbappe caught telling Paul Pogba he’s "fed up" at PSG in transfer hint

PSG superstar Kylian Mbappe has dropped the biggest hint yet that he'll be leaving in the summer after telling France team-mate Paul Pogba that he's "very fed up".

The incident was even caught on video, as Pogba arrived at the French national team's training base on the outskirts of Paris on Tuesday ahead of their upcoming friendlies against the Ivory Coast and South Africa. In the clip, the Manchester United midfielder can be heard asking Mbappe how he feels at PSG, to which the 23-year-old replies: "I'm very fed up".

It comes just weeks after the Ligue 1 leaders were dumped out of the Champions League by Real Madrid, and Mbappe's comment could simply have been referring to that, but even for the most steadfast PSG supporter it doesn't make for good reading.

Mbappe's future has been subject to intense speculation for over a year and with his contract set to expire in the summer he looks almost certain to leave – with Madrid the most likely destination.

In an attempt to keep him, PSG have put a world record contract offer on the table which, if signed, would make Mbappe the highest-paid player footballer on the planet, and while the Frenchman hasn't officially decided his future yet, he's done little to suggest any interest signing an extension.

Pogba's contract is also set to expire at the end of the season, and there's a good chance he'll up as Mbappe's team-mate, having been heavily linked with moves to both PSG and Real Madrid in recent months.

Will Pogba and Mbappe be team-mates next season, and if so, at which club? Let us know in the comments section.

Mbappe become the most expensive teenager of all time after signing for PSG in a £160 million deal in 2017. Since then he's scored over 150 goals in little over 200 matches for the club, and has three Ligue 1 titles to his name.

In all likelihood he'll be adding a fourth come the end of the season, but it's Champions League glory that PSG really crave, and other than a near-miss in the 2020 where they were beaten in the final by Bayern Munich, the Parisians have consistently underperformed on the European stage, despite spending well over £1 billion on players in the last decade.

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