The Spanish press simultaneously reported that head coach Luis Enrique was considering resigning from Paris Saint-Germain only about a month after he took office. The reason is because he is dissatisfied with a number of developments related to the internal team, including the Kylian Mbappe case.
Enrique has confirmed that if Mbappe was a PSG player, he would let him in
According to the Cadena COPE radio station, Enrique has taken a rather clear stance over the past month that if Kylian Mbappe remained on the payroll of PSG, he would launch the French striker in the kick. PSG is now looking to sell Mbappe to avoid losing him next year as well as paying a loyalty fee for this player, even intending to sue Real Madrid with FIFA because it thinks Mbappe has an agreement to join Real, which is a continuation unauthorized access and in that case Mbappe will have to return the money.
However, Mbappe’s problem is only a small part of the troubles Enrique is facing at the Parc des Princes, with him as the season starts with the squad he will play with. But recently PSG are meeting to discuss the sacking of sporting director Luis Campos, who brought Enrique to the club.
Campos (left) convinced Enrique to join PSG but he is being fired by PSG
Enrique is said to have no problem with PSG’s recruitment policy this summer, including the recent purchase of Ousmane Dembele from Barcelona. But Enrique came to PSG because he was persuaded by Campos, although he was quite skeptical at first, and if Campos is fired Enrique will also consider leaving the team even though it is not long.
Currently, a spokesman for PSG has denied this information, and some French newspapers said that PSG is still in the process of discussing Campos but has not made a final decision. A person close to Enrique also confirmed to journalist Fabrizio Romano that he was focusing on his work, but could not say much about the internal affairs of PSG.