The PSG star admitted to falling out with his teammate but insists the incident is now behind them
It was only in August that president Joan Laporta revealed Barca's debt is over £1billion yet Spanish publication AS say sources have indicated they are weighing up an offer for the PSG striker.
The Argentine passed up the opportunity at a hat-trick against Leipzig from the spot as a sign of respect to the Frenchman’s Champions League performance
Kylian Mbappe's late, controversial winner gave France a 2-1 victory over Spain in the second Nations Cup final despite being the inferior side for long spells of the match at San Siro.
Asked about linking up with Mbappe, who he paired with to help France win the Nations League title, in Madrid, Benzema said: 'I enjoy it with him in the national team and in the future, why not?'
The 22-year-old's deal at the Parc des Princes expires next summer amid interest from Real Madrid but Pochettino insists the Ligue 1 club will do their utmost to keep Mbappe in Paris.
Spain fell to a 2-1 defeat in the showpiece on Sunday night but the decisive goal came in controversial fashion - with Kylian Mbappe clearly in an offside position when the ball was played.
Mbappe admitted that he became worried when the PSG president said he can't leave for free
The Parisians dismissed the German coach and he has since gone on to win the Champions League with Chelsea and has transformed the club into title contenders this campaign.
The Nations League winners' medal won't sit at the top of Benzema and Mbappe's medal collection at the end of their careers - but Sunday's final win could have signalled the start of something special.
Mbappe scored the all-important goal after Theo Hernandez played the ball in behind the Spanish defence. However, the 22-year-old was clearly offside before slotting it under goalkeeper Unai Simon.
MATT BARLOW IN MILAN: It has taken 100 days for Kylian Mbappe to climb from the depths of despair. On Sunday night in Milan, Mbappe was a hero once again for France.