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Mbappé’s frustration simmers as Real Madrid take notice

Tension within the Paris Saint-Germain camp continues to rise as Kylian Mbappé’s apparent unhappiness with his playing time remains a hot topic. The French forward’s desire to feature prominently contrasts with manager Luis Enrique’s decision to limit his minutes in certain matches, a move that has left Mbappé visibly frustrated.

During PSG’s recent match against Athletic Club, Mbappé was substituted in the 65th minute, a decision that sparked his disapproval. With the team leading 1-0 and a man down, Mbappé’s reaction to being replaced was captured on camera, revealing his displeasure at the situation.

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This incident has not gone unnoticed by Real Madrid players, who are closely monitoring Mbappé’s situation. Following their own match, some Madrid players commented on Mbappé’s substitution and his subsequent gesture, expressing their awareness of his discontent.

Mbappé’s frustration further intensified with his latest Instagram post, which has fueled speculation and drawn criticism from Paris Saint-Germain fans. The image shows Mbappé walking off the pitch, head bowed and captain’s armband in hand, with no accompanying caption. This cryptic post has been interpreted as a clear expression of his unhappiness with his current role at the club.

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Mbappé’s predicament has become a source of intrigue for both PSG and Real Madrid fans, with the former concerned about the potential impact on team morale and the latter hopeful of capitalizing on the situation. As the season progresses, Mbappé’s future remains uncertain, and his desire for more playing time could potentially lead to a dramatic shift in his career trajectory.

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