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Kylian Mbappe calls Luis Enrique ‘son of a b*tch’ after sub call

Kylian Mbappe reportedly called Paris Saint-Germain head coach Luis Enrique a “son of a b*tch” after his latest shocking substitution.

As the club’s leading goalscorer and a World Cup-winning forward, Mbappe holds significant influence at Parc des Princes.

However, he is currently letting his contract expire towards free agency and is anticipated to move from the French capital to Madrid for a new challenge this summer.

As questions about his future persist, Luis Enrique has opted to relegate Mbappe to the bench. In their last match, a 2-0 victory away at Marseille, the 25-year-old was substituted in the 64th minute.

Although his performance had not been stellar up to that point, he was still disappointed to be replaced at that stage of the game.

According to reports from Footmercato, Mbappe purportedly insulted his manager as he exited the field, immediately heading to the dressing room and later expressing his discontent on social media.

Luis Enrique claims to be unaware of any words aimed at him, with the Spanish coach saying when asked about Mbappe’s reaction to being hauled off: “I didn’t see anything. Nothing at all. He was unhappy when he left? For what? It’s the same music, every single week. It’s so boring.

“I am the manager. I make decisions every day, every week. I am going to the same until my last day in Paris. I always try to find the best solution for my team. Maybe I am wrong, but I think I am right.”

Reportedly, this message was reiterated on the training ground. During Monday’s session in Paris, Enrique is said to have reminded his players about the importance of setting aside egos.

He emphasized that the decisions regarding team selection are solely his responsibility and highlighted that he is the only irreplaceable figure until president Nasser Al-Khelaifi deems a change in the dugout necessary.

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