PSG boss Christophe Galtier breaks silence on Neymar’s trip to McDonald’s and poker tournament after Monaco loss | The Sun

PARIS SAINT-GERMAIN boss Christophe Galtier has broken his silence on Neymar's post-match activities on Tuesday night.

The Brazilian was in action for the French champions as they fell 1-0 to Bayern Munich in the Champions League.

Kylian Mbappe delivered a rally cry about his team-mates' need to "eat and sleep well" after the match.

But just hours later, Neymar competed in the European Poker Tour at Paris' Hyatt Regency Hotel.

The 31-year-old even squeezed in a trip to McDonald's.

Ahead of Sunday's clash with Lille at Parc des Princes, Galtier was quizzed about Neymar.


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He said: "What Kylian said in the mixed zone is exactly what he said in the dressing room. I’m not going to associate it with the team’s performance.

"I’m not going to associate Kylian’s statement with Ney’s picture in a fast-food restaurant.

"I spoke to Ney, I told him what I thought.”

“He has the right, on his day off, to play poker, which he is passionate about.

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"I told him what I thought about the photo that came out. There’s no need to mix things up."

PSG are currently on their worst losing run since 2011 – having been beaten three times on the bounce.

Their Bayern loss was preceded by a Ligue 1 defeat at Monaco and a Coupe de France dumping at the hands of fierce rivals Marseille.

Neymar is claimed to have recently "infuriated" neighbours with his loud partying.

Mayor of Paris suburb Bougival is even alleged to have had to get involved.

Neymar could leave PSG this summer, with Chelsea owner Todd Boehly reportedly having met with his entourage.

Boehly is also claimed to have met with PSG to discuss Neymar's future.

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