After it was reported that Kylian Mbappe wants to leave Paris Saint-Germain, the local publication Mediapart came out with even more shocking news related to the capital team. According to the media, the management of the club used the services of a special company to attack online both Mbappe and other high-ranking employees of the team by means of so-called internet trolls.
The allegation comes after a special investigation revealed that there was indeed a coordinated online campaign in which a number of Twitter accounts targeted the young superstar.
However, PSG immediately came out with a refutation of this information, which more or less suggests that it is very likely that there is a dose of truth in it.
“Paris Saint-Germain categorically rejects Mediapart’s claims. PSG is an international brand that has been working for years with various agencies related to social media to promote its name,” reads the short message from the Parisians.
Tensions began to rise after Mbappe, who signed a multimillion-dollar new contract in May, said a few days ago that he wanted to leave the Parc des Princes.