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Mbappe, Messi and Neymar Thrown Under the Bus by Ex PSG Teammate
- Spanish international Pablo Sarabia has his out at his former club
- He blasted Paris Saint-Germain for a lack of dressing room unity
- The winger left the French capital in January to sign for Wolves
Lionel Messi, Kylian Mbappe, and Neymar Junior have been thrown under the bus by their ex-Paris Saint-Germain colleague, Pablo Sarabia.
According to the Spaniard, who signed for Premier League side, Wolverhampton Wanderers in the January transfer window, the club is a team of individuals.
Sarabia joined the Parc des Princes outfit in 2019 from Spanish club, Sevilla and spent three-and-a-half years at the Parisians before joining Julen Lorpetgui's side two months ago.
Despite being a regular in his first two campaigns at PSG, the Real Madrid youth product was sent out on loan to Portuguese powerhouse, Sporting Lisbon last season, Sky Sports reported.
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In an interview with the Telegraph, Sarabia stated the star power in PSG's dressing room led to a lack of unity among the players.
“It was amazing to play with Messi, Mbappe, and Neymar. It was a very good experience but for me, the most crucial thing is to feel important in the team.
“I prefer to play in another team to feel that unity, to be part of it, to be a member of the team and of a family, rather than just an addition of individuals.”
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Messi and Mbappe combined to a devastating effect as PSG left it late to beat relegation-threatened Brest, Sports Brief earlier reported.
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Mbappe and Messi have spearheaded PSG's league title chase in the absence of Neymar but were kept at bay in the Champions League.
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Sports Brief also reported on Mbappe expressing disappointment at PSG being eliminated from the UEFA Champions League.
The Parisians were hoping to overturn a first-leg 1-0 deficit but ended up suffering a 2-0 defeat in the reverse fixture to Bayern Munich.
This is now the season consecutive season that the Ligue 1 champions have failed to advance from the competitions round of 16 stage.