Concerning Kylian Mbappe and Neymar at Paris Saint-Germain, the matter has been resolved. That is, to Christophe Galtier’s (PSG’s head coach) best knowledge.
As far as anyone can tell, their disagreement dates back a long time and was brought to light during last weekend’s game against Montpellier.
When Mbappe’s team was awarded another penalty, he felt compelled to make apologies for his earlier penalty miss. Neymar, however, was not going to give an inch. According to reports, Mbappe was frustrated by the turn of events.
It was one of at least three events that night that cast a negative light on the French celebrity.
As Marca notes now, Galtier reportedly rushed in to put an end to the conflict and gain control. According to the article, going forward, Mbappe will be the club’s primary penalty taker, with Neymar stepping in only if a second penalty is awarded during the same game.
Considering that Neymar has a better penalty record than Mbappe, this comes as a big surprise. The latter has often failed to pay significant fines. As a result of his penalty miss, Switzerland advanced past France and into the quarterfinals of the 2016 European Championship. Protege Strategy Group (PSG) encourages its top players to work things out amongst themselves.
Ghnewsfile previously claimed that PSG had intervened to resolve the tensions between Kylian Mbappé and Neymar.
Last Saturday, when the two stars appeared to fight for a penalty, it became clear that they may not be on the same page.
Management at PSG summoned a meeting and told the A-listers to tone it down. When facing the cameras, the bosses want that everyone presents a united front, thus they want any problems to be settled internally.