Riyad Mahrez has threatened to quit Manchester City after complaining about a lack of opportunities, the Daily Mail reports.
Costing £60m last summer, Mahrez has been an unused substitute in the last three games and has made his feels known around the club.
And according to the Mail, he has not been afraid to make his displeasure known around the City training ground.
Mahrez has scored 11 goals in all competitions this season but three of his last four have come against Rotherham, Burton and Newport County in the domestic cups.
He has also chipped in with 11 assists, four of which were in the Champions League group stages as City topped Group F.
This season, RiyadMahrez has played 26 Premier League games, starting 13 and coming off the bench for the other 13.
Guardiola has always maintained that Mahrez trains well. The City manager publicly apologised to him and claimed he is ‘sad’ at the winger’s lack of starts, but also pointed to the form of Raheem Sterling and Bernardo Silva.
Both attackers have been shortlisted for the PFA Player of the Year award — which Mahrez won at Leicester in 2016 — and are integral to the way in which City play.