Kylian Mbappe has been linked with a January transfer, with Liverpool one of the few possible destinations.

According to numerous sources in Europe, Kylian Mbappé is reportedly considering leaving the French club because the attacker is dissatisfied with the team’s present path.

According to reports, Mbappé is dissatisfied with the hierarchy of the squad, including sports director Luis Campos, president Nasser Al-Khelaifi, and manager Christophe Galtier, for having broken their promises to him about the club’s leadership both on and off the field.

The 23-year-old superstar endured protracted transfer speculation for much of the previous season before declining a move to Real Madrid in favor of agreeing to a new deal with PSG.

Growth was the key concept when Kylian Mbappe upset Real Madrid and extended his stay at Paris Saint-Germain in May.

The Frenchman stated, “I am confident that here I can continue to develop within a team that provides itself with all the resources to succeed at the highest level.

I’m also thrilled to be able to keep performing in France, where I was born, raised, and successful.”

Mbappe has accomplished so much already in his career that it is easy to overlook the fact that he won’t turn 24 until December.

There is still room for the former Monaco player to develop, and Liverpool will undoubtedly be watching events closely given suggestions that he is eager to leave the Parc des Princes.

Liverpool are aware of Mbappe’s fondness for them, even though Real Madrid may still view themselves as the favorites.

The attacker did laud the team and manager Jurgen Klopp during their drive to the Premier League championship in 2020.

“Liverpool have been a machine in the Premier League this season,” he claimed. “They’ve made victory seem simple, but that’s never the case.

They have been having performances, which don’t just happen. To be as vicious as they have been requires a lot of effort during training and a top-notch manager.”

Mbappe is not at all new to the idea of moving to Anfield. In fact, before PSG won the competition in 2017, there were attempts to bring him from Monaco to Liverpool.

Klopp’s earlier remarks on the forward will be upheld if Liverpool challenges Real Madrid for the signing.

The Liverpool manager remarked, “Of course we are interested in Kylian Mbappe. We are not blind.

No, we are not involved in these conflicts and we are unable to do so. We like him, and if you don’t like him, then you have to question yourself. Other clubs must participate, and that is acceptable. He is a fantastic athlete.”
According to transfer insider Fabrizio Romano, for Mbappé to leave PSG, the club would have to agree to sell him, something it is not willing to do at the moment.