L'Equipe has revealed that a large number of Paris Saint-Germain players are angry at Kylian Mbappe's selfishness that affects them in matches.
PSG players feel that Mbappe is playing only for his own benefit, which is evident in his decisions in the final metres of the pitch.
The French international's performance in Paris' 2-1 Champions League loss to Milan was a major reason for this anger at his excessive selfishness, which is mounting game after game.
Paris Saint-Germain coach Luis Enrique may have been the last to feel it, having said he was unhappy with his performance despite scoring a hat-trick against Reims on Saturday.
Some players inside the Paris dressing room attributed the shaky form of newcomer Gonçalo Ramos and Randle Kolo Muani to Mbappe's decisions that do not help them on the pitch.
Ramos has so far scored just two goals for PSG this season, while Kolo Muani, for whom the club paid nearly €100 million, has scored just three.
Mbappe is Paris Saint-Germain's top scorer in all competitions, having scored 15 goals in 15 games.