Kylian Mbappe appears to ignore PSG manager Thomas Tuchel after being substituted


Kylian Mbappe has all the talent in the world. 

He achieved what many footballers will never do, by winning the World Cup in 2018 - as a teenager.

At club level, the Frenchman has won three Ligue 1 titles in a row and scored an incredible 72 goals in 102 games since moving to Paris Saint-Germain.

But for all his raw talent and goalscoring ability, we occasionally see signs that Mbappe is not the finished article just yet - especially when it comes to his attitude. 

That was on show last night when the 20-year-old appeared to completely ignore his manager after being substituted in the final minutes.

After coming off the pitch, PSG manager Thomas Tuchel tries to have a word in Mbappe's ear, but the forward is more interested in high-fiving his teammates on the bench. 

When it becomes clear to Tuchel that he's not actually listening, the German coach aggressively pats him on the back and appears to shout at his player before walking off.

Check out the video below: 

That's certainly not a good look for Mbappe

The young star certainly shouldn't be blatantly ignoring his manager, especially in front of the cameras. 

It's also odd that he reacted so badly to being subbed off. It was the 91st minute of the game, PSG were 3-1 up and he'd already scored one goal. 

Mbappe wasn't impressed after being subbed off

Why he appeared so desperate to play those final minutes isn't clear. Mbappe's actions will certainly worry PSG fans too.

The French sensation has been heavily linked with a move to Real Madrid in the future and if his relationship with Tuchel breaks down, that could happen sooner rather than later. 

In fact, one Los Blancos fan on Twitter responded to the video by saying: "Double agent Tuchel is literally pushing Mbappe towards Real Madrid and I love it!" 

Tuchel wasn't happy with Mbappe's reaction

While that may not be the case just yet, the forward's reaction to being subbed off could certainly spark rumours that he's not completely settled in Paris. 

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