Kylian Mbappe watches PSG clash with his mum after being subbed at HALF TIME as boss confirms ‘we will play without him’

KYLIAN MBAPPE was subbed off at half-time during Paris Saint-Germain’s 0-0 draw at Monaco.

And he ended up watching the rest of the game in the stands alongside his mum.

Kylian Mbappe watched PSG’s 0-0 draw at Monaco in the stands with his mum

Mbappe was subbed off at half-time before Luis Enrique made a shock admission

Kylian Mbappe was subbed off at half-time and this was him minutes later…

On the phone to Florentino Perez…? pic.twitter.com/cAURkfgGd9

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Mbappe, 25, had a dire time in attack as PSG failed to get the better of their rivals on Friday.

Luis Enrique’s men dominated the ball but could only muster seven shots on target.

And Mbappe felt his manager’s wrath as he was hauled off at the break.

The France star is reportedly leaving PSG when his deal expires this summer.

It’s reckoned he’s already agreed a free transfer to Real Madrid.

And after being taken off, Mbappe did not return to sit on PSG’s bench.

Instead, he was seen next to his mother Fayza in the Monaco stands.

And he watched the remainder of the match there, leaving fans stunned.

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Mbappe was also seen winking at the camera as he walked through the tunnel later on while engaged on his mobile phone.

One fan said: “He doesn’t care.”

Para o segundo tempo Mbappé foi se posicionar nas tribunas com a família e não com os colegas no banco. Saudou fãs e atendeu a um pedido de selfie.

@B_Quarezpic.twitter.com/GVMGvJEcEz

— Leonardo Bertozzi (@lbertozzi) March 1, 2024

Another declared: “Bro already thinking of winning the UCL with Real next season.”

One noted: “Wow, not even on the bench.”

Another added: “Mbappe and PSG both need a new direction.”

Mbappe joined PSG from Monaco for £150million in 2018, having spent the previous season on loan in the French capital.

He’s since scored 244 goals in 292 games while winning five Ligue 1 titles.

Explaining the decision to take Mbappe off, PSG boss Enrique said: “I have been in football for quite a long time, you must know that everything is important in this kind of club.

“Sooner or later we will play without Mbappé, we have to get used to that”.

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