“It’s a scandal”: France announces what happened with Mbappé

The “Mbappé case” is becoming unsustainable in France. Luis Enrique is losing control of the dressing room over this issue and there is no talk of anything else at the Parc des Princes. Everyone wants June 30 to come so that the Bondy crack can leave.

In the last two games, the Asturian coach has had no problem changing the French player. This decision caused a very striking moment last Friday when Mbappé, substituted at halftime, watched the second half of his team’s game with his mother.

That image was more commented on than the game itself. In the city of love, they are starting to get tired of the Parisian. Proof of this were the words of Christophe Dugarry, former PSG player and now a commentator for RMC Sport: “What Mbappé is doing is a scandal. He is the captain of the team, captain of the French national team, he has no right to behave like this. Luis Enrique has the right to take him off, but he has no right to do it. What he did, the selfies, the victory lap, what is this circus? What is this nonsense?”, he questioned indignantly.

In this way, it seems that the months ahead will not be easy for the player. All this when the most decisive part of the season is yet to be played.

Criticism of Luis Enrique

Although he has put the spotlight on the player, he has also had time to charge against Luis Enrique. Dugarry does not understand the management that the coach is carrying out: “For the first time at PSG, a coach has the balls to take him out because he is not good. I think he does not like his qualities and his attitude on the field. Luis Enrique is always provocative. It’s a shame. What shocks me are his explanations. Three months and he’s not planning anything. Is your team better without Mbappé? Prove it to us,” he said.

The conclusion that can be drawn from all this is that the atmosphere at PSG could not be worse. It is clear that it is not the most suitable to face the rest of the season. Convulsing times are coming at the Parc des Princes and, meanwhile, in Chamartín, Mbappé is awaited with open arms.

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