The French newspaper L’Equipe reported that the management of Paris Saint-Germain, led by Qatar’s Nasser al-Khalifa, had begun to deliver immediately on the promises made to the team’s star Kylian Mbabane and the club’s first victim. Former Brazil star Leonardo. The newspaper reported that he left Leonardo after he was severely criticized for causing too many problems for the team, especially at the level of contracts and decisions that did not match the record amount paid. Next on the list is Brazilian player Neymar.
Despite the club’s contract with international stars including Mbappe, Neymar and Messi, despite spending over two billion euros in the Champions League over the years, the team has yet to reach any title. Also this season, they lost to Real Madrid in the Champions League final.
“L’Equipe” said the news of Leonardo’s dismissal came after the Mets’ last game of the 5-0 win in the French league for Saint-Germain yesterday, in which Mbappe scored a “hat-trick”. Mbappe yesterday officially renewed Saint-Germain, receiving an annual salary of 100 million euros and a bonus of 300 million euros after tax signing until 2025, and the full mandate that he be held accountable for all his wishes. , Whether in contracts or among the executives of the club, it was the first victim, according to the newspaper, Leonardo, and the next victim is expected to be Brazilian Neymar, not always in a good relationship. As “L’Equip” previously spoke about the big rift in the dressing room of the Parisian club between the Latin camp led by Neymar and the Latin camp led by Neymar, the other players.
Mbappe has repeatedly expressed his anger since last summer, especially because of the enormous offers Neymar receives. After the departure of Argentina’s Angel Di Maria, Neymar became the main candidate to leave the club in the coming days, and Argentine coach Pochettino could join them because there has been strong talk of serious ties with the French genius in the last seventies. Zidane replaced him.
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