Lucas Hernandez accused of insulting Barcelona at Mbappe and Dembele's expense: A sh*t team – Marca

Injury prone defender took a dig at the Catalans
Lucas Hernandez is allegedly heard insulting Barcelona during a PSG training session after a chat between Kylian Mbappe and Ousmane Dembele, who joined from the Catalan giants.
In the audio, which was released in a training video shared by an official PSG channel, Mbappe can be heard telling Dembele: “You come from Barcelona, why don’t you sing?”
Another player is heard replying, “How can a sh*tty team, Barcelona, teach you to sing?”
Media outlets such as ‘Onze Mondial’, ‘Foot Mercato’ and ‘Sports Fr’ identified that PSG player as Lucas Hernandez, and highlighted the great unease that this comment has generated in Barcelona.
Lucas Hernandez, a 27-year-old French defender who came through the Atletico Madrid youth academy, joined PSG from Bayern Munich this summer.
The Marseille native, who made his debut for Diego Simeone‘s Atletico on 3 December 2014, left for Bayern Munich on 27 March 2019 after the German side paid his 80m euro clause.
But his time in Bavaria was largely a failure, suffering multiple long-term injuries and performing at a mediocre level when he was fit.
As a result, Bayern offloaded him to PSG for 50m euros, where he will now ply his trade in Ligue 1.
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