Kylian Mbappe has vehemently denied rumours that he made a list of demands to Paris Saint-Germain to keep him at the club.
The 20-year-old phenom has taken to social media to clear up a story about his future.
Twitter account @TransferChecker posted the following tweet regarding Mbappe's reported demands.
"Kylian Mbappe's representatives have sent a list of demands to PSG's hierarchy. They include: - He must be guaranteed to play up front rather than out wide - He must take all penalties when he's playing - He must own a far greater % of his image rights if he remains at the club."
However, the French forward fired back by refuting such claims in brilliant fashion.
"Sorry you forgot something, Kylian Mbappé want to play goalkeeper. FAKE NEWS," he hilariously wrote on social media.
Duncan Castles had claimed Mbappe made a set to demands to Paris Saint-Germain.
"Mbappe feels that he's surpassed Neymar in importance to PSG on the field," he said, speaking on the Transfer Window Podcast.
"He wants to be guaranteed to play as number nine, as a central striker, ahead of [Edinson] Cavani and Neymar, who doesn't play there very often. He wants that position to himself.
"He wants to take the penalties; he was close to winning the golden boot last season with that very high return. He feels that had he been allowed to take penalties; he could have won that trophy.
"He also wants the formation of PSG to change. He wants to be played as number nine in a 4-4-2 shape, which, not coincidentally, was the shape where he burst into prominence with AS Monaco."
Meanwhile, Mbappe reached an impressive career landmark on Tuesday. He scored his 100th career goal as he netted for France against Andorra in a Euro qualifier.
He brought up his century of goals in just 180 games.