PSG EXCLUDE Kylian Mbappe, Neymar and Marco Verratti from squad for Ligue 1 opener against Lorient… as trio seek moves away this summer
- PSG have excluded Mbappe, Neymar and Verratti from the squad to face Lorient
- The trio have all been heavily linked with moves away from the club this summer
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Paris Saint-Germain have officially excluded Kylian Mbappe, Neymar and Marco Verratti from their squad to face Lorient in the Ligue 1 opener tonight.
This comes as all three players have seen their futures thrown into doubt this transfer window.
Recent reports have stated that Mbappe has told PSG that he will not leave this summer under any circumstances after a stand-off with the club.
Neymar and Verratti, on the other hand, have informed PSG of their desires to leave the club this summer.
And now Get French Football News have revealed that all three have been excluded from PSG’s squad to face Lorient on the opening day of the season.
Paris Saint-Germain have officially excluded Kylian Mbappe from their squad to face Lorient
Neymar has also been excluded from the squad as he has interest from the MLS and Barcelona
Marco Verratti was previously attracting interest from the Saudi Pro League and could leave
The uncertaintiy is making Luis Enrique’s start to life in Paris extremely difficult as he looks to build a squad to challenge for the Champions League.
Ousmane Dembele sealed his move to the Parisien’s this summer, arriving from Barcelona on Saturday.
The winger will slot in on the right for Enrique as a potential Mbappe replacement.
Saudi Arabian sides are interested in signing Verratti this summer but there has been a lack of movement for the Italian so far.
Neymar has been linked with a move to the MLS and a potential return to Barcelona this summer but it remains to be seen as to where he wll end up.
PSG will be keen to resolve the futures of their unwanted trio as soon as possible, with the club believing that Mbappe has already agreed a deal with Real Madrid to move on a free transfer next summer.
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