Fans have spotted a reference to Kylian Mbappe in Paris Saint-Germain manager Christophe Galtier's notes.
The French forward reportedly wants to leave the club as early as January as his relationship with PSG is now "totally broken" according to Marca. Mbappe is said to have told the club he wants to leave as soon as possible, despite only signing a new deal in May, due to a series of events behind the scenes leaving him feeling "betrayed".
Despite his apparent unrest, Mbappe featured from the start in PSG's Champions League draw with Benfica on Tuesday night, with fans spotting his name in Galtier's notes during the match.
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The manager's notes appeared to show that Mbappe prefers to play on the right for PSG, having been deployed mainly as a lone centre forward so far this season.
Mbappe is said to have grown unhappy with how he is being used in the team by Galtier following his appointment in the summer, with the pair understood to have fallen out after Saturday's 0-0 draw with Reims.
Galtier's notes were caught on camera during the match and appeared to read "Kylian pref (the right)", with Galtier not making an effort to cover them.
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His actions caused one fan on social media to jokingly tweet: “Galtier playing a joke on the cameras with his notes: 'Kylian's preference (the right)’.”
Following the reports of Mbappe's request to leave, PSG sporting director denied the claims, telling Canal Plus: “I am with Kylian Mbappe every day. He has never talked to me about leaving in January.
“It’s not a statement from the player, it’s [from the press], and to have such information before a match like this is very serious. That’s why I’m here, to deny and say clearly that Kylian Mbappe has never spoken to me or to the president [Nasser Al-Khelaifi] to leave PSG in January.”
Despite the unrest, Mbappe was on the scoresheet in the French capital, putting his side in front from the penalty spot before they were later pegged back in the second half.
The result leaves PSG on eight points from their first four Champions League matches, leading Benfica on goal difference at the top of the group.
A draw in their next match against Maccabi Haifa will see them qualify for the knockout stage if Juventus fail to beat Benfica.
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