Paris Saint-Germain has called a 'crisis meeting' for this week, which will be attended by the sporting director, Luís Campos, the coach, Christophe Galtier, and the players who were involved in the most recent controversy, Neymar and Kylian Mbappé.
The news is announced by the French newspaper L'Équipe, and comes after the confusion installed in the dressing room due to the episode recorded last Saturday, during the triumph conquered against Montpellier, by categorical 5-2.
The French international had a penalty in the 23rd minute, which he missed. At 43, the reigning champions saw another kick from the 11-meter mark, which the Brazilian insisted on taking (and, this time, successfully).
Hours later, on social media, Neymar put a 'like' on a publication that questioned the hierarchy of scorers and that nicknamed Mbappé the "owner of PSG", thus making it very clear that he was not satisfied with what had happened.