Lionel Messi And Kylian Mbappe Banned From Using Phones In New Rule Enforced At Paris Saint-Germain.
Under the strict new regulations, Paris Saint-Germain stars like Lionel Messi and Kylian Mbappe are not permitted to use their cellphones in the club canteen.
The club fired Mauricio Pochettino after yet another Champions League failure, and Christophe Galtier, who had resigned as Nice manager, took his place.
The Ligue One champions are currently on a preseason tour in Japan where they are adjusting to their new coach’s methods and style of operation.
Furthermore, according to MARCA, Galtier is putting his foot down right away. In an effort to foster greater camaraderie and team unity, players are not allowed to use their phones during breakfast and lunch.
To prevent cliques from forming, all players must eat their meals together at the club’s Camp des Loges, and tardiness is not tolerated in any way.
Players from PSG have been told to show up for practice between 8:30 and 8:45, and if they do not do so without a good reason, they will be sent home.
According to reports, the group accepted the rules well and behaved appropriately.
Neymar, whose departure from Parc des Princes had been strongly rumored, is thought to have responded favorably and hasn’t shown any signs of lacking commitment.
Messi allowed Sergio Ramos to take a penalty as PSG defeated Ligue 2 team Quevilly-Rouen 2-0 to kick off their preseason campaign.
Following that, they went to Japan, where they defeated both Kawasaki and Urawa Reds. PSG will play Gamba Osaka on Monday in the tour’s final stop before facing Nantes in the Trophee des Champions championship game.