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June 14, 2024, 4:43 am

Mbappe’s ‘fierce argument’ with PSG president

  • Update Time : Tuesday, May 14, 2024
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Kylian Mbappe is leaving PSG – it was almost certain. All that was left was the official announcement. The French star also gave that on Saturday. A long era also ended in Paris. There was talk of a farewell reception for the French star in Sunday’s game against Toulouse. But although it was not seen in the field. PSG could not win the match. Kylian Mbappe had to end his last match at home with a loss.

However, in the news of the French media Le Parisien, another picture of that day has emerged. Mbappe had a heated exchange with club president Nasser Al Khelaifi before that match against Toulouse. An altercation took place between the two in a separate room.

According to eyewitnesses, Le Parisien reported that their ‘walls shook’ during the incident. It is believed that Mbappe was involved in a fight with the club president. This had an effect on the warm-up of the match. The players of PSG came to the warm-up 4 minutes later than the scheduled time. The incident started with Mbappe’s farewell video. The French star thanked all the players, coaches, fans, supporting staff in the video of his decision to leave the club. But the short message did not include the name of the Emir of Qatar or the club president Nasser Al Khelaifi. Khelaifi originally called Mbappe aside to discuss the matter. It was asked why Mbappe did not mention the name of Khelaifi or the Emir of Qatar in the video. The two people have basically discussed the whole issue. And that’s where the heated situation begins. Mbappe and Nasser Al Khelaifi’s relationship has deteriorated since last February. Then the final form was seen before the match on Sunday. However, a message from PSG on Monday informed about the meeting between the two. However, it does not say anything about the heated exchange of words between them.

 

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