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Adrien Rabiot 'suspended by PSG for 2 reasons' after antics following Man Utd loss

Mirror logo Mirror 4 days ago Mark Jones

Adrien Rabiot has reportedly been told to stay away from Paris Saint-Germain for the next two weeks after the club responded to his behavior following their Champions League loss to Manchester United .

The midfielder hasn't played for the Ligue 1 leaders since the 4-1 win over Red Star Belgrade in Champions League group stages in December, and is out of contract at the end of the season.

After PSG went down 3-1 to United last week, Rabiot was filmed in a Paris nightclub seemingly unmoved by the defeat on away goals, which was confirmed by a controversial last-gap Marcus Rashford penalty which had been awarded by VAR.

Later, fans also spotted that Rabiot had 'liked' an Instagram video of ex-United star Patrice Evra celebrating his former club's win in the stands with the suspended Paul Pogba.

a close up of Adrien Rabiot: Rabiot has cut an isolated figure at PSG © Provided by Trinity Mirror Shared Services Limited Rabiot has cut an isolated figure at PSG

And according to L'Equipe , PSG have now decided to act upon those two indiscretions, and have banned him from the club until March 27.

The move comes as the latest in a series of events which have fractured the relationship between the Ligue 1 giants and the player.

Rabiot has been linked with moved to the likes of Barcelona , Liverpool and most recently United themselves, and will leave PSG on a free transfer in the summer.

a blurry photo of a person smiling for the camera: He was spotted in a nightclub after the loss to United © Twitter He was spotted in a nightclub after the loss to United

He was fined for his behaviour earlier this season, and also skipped the club's mid-season training camp in Qatar as he tried to organise a transfer.

Last week he defended his behavior though, telling Sport : "It's not that I'm hiding away, I am available to the club. If I could play, I would. I've always been a club man,"

"I didn't like it, it was disappointing."

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