Real Madrid president Florentino Perez refused to rule out another transfer for Kylian Mbappe.
But the Spanish player targeted the Paris Saint-Germain striker after he decided to sign a new deal with the French champion.
Mbappe was strongly expected to join Real Madrid this summer after the termination of his contract with Paris Saint-Germain.
But the 23-year-old has agreed to an extension until 2025, which includes a bigger role in how the club is run.
In an interview day El ChiringuitoPerez was adamant that the Mbappe hunt was not over yet.
The 75-year-old said: “He did not betray me. Mbappe told us that his dream is to play for Real Madrid several times.
“But then everything changed in 15 days due to political and economic pressures. His dream had to change.
“I didn’t say it was over between Mbappe and Real Madrid forever. I never said that. In three years, many things can change.”
PSG has offered Mbappe a three-year deal worth £507m.
He is now the highest-paid player in the world earning £1.6m a week, or about £80m a year.
Mbappe, 23, who previously earned £463,000 a week, is also alleged to have earned a staggering £250m for the signing.
And while Perez still clearly wanted to see Mbappe in the famous white shirt, he launched a blistering attack on the striker.
He added, “I don’t want this Mbappe. The latter is not the same Kylian that we wanted. I wanted the real one.”
This isn’t the first time Perez has seemed angry over the loss of Mbappe – at the moment.
After Real Madrid beat Liverpool to win the Champions League, the Bernabeu president was questioned by questions about Mbappe, who refused to move to the Spanish capital to stay with Paris Saint-Germain.
Perez said sports: “Mbappe is not there, Real Madrid is there, it’s a party for Real Madrid and its players, who were the European champions.”
In a separate interview, he told Movistar+: “I am calm and happy, we have all worked hard throughout the season to be able to get to a situation like the one we are in.
“Real Madrid will always continue to work on having the best players, but today Mbappe is already forgotten.”