REAL MADRID fans slammed Kylian Mbappe as a “son of a b****” in their X-rated blast during their trophy parade.
The French striker, 23, was widely expected to move to the Bernabeu in the summer when his Paris Saint-Germain contract expired.
Real Madrid fans slammed Kylian Mbappe for his dramatic U-turn to snub themCredit: Getty
One fan had a PSG shirt printed with ‘Mbappe 0 Champions League’ on the backCredit: Getty
Mbappe was presented to the Parc des Princes crowd after signing the new dealCredit: Reuters
Mbappe, however, completed a dramatic U-turn by snubbing Real and staying put at PSG.
And he felt the full wrath of angry Real supporters during Sunday’s celebrations.
As well as the expletive chants, Mbappe was also taunted with scathing placards – one reading “Mbappe you will regret” – and a PSG shirt with “Mbappe 0 Champions League” printed on the back in an expensive but witty dig.
The World Cup winner changed his mind and eventually signed a three-year contract at the Parc des Prince which will net him £500million – a £250m signing-on bonus and then £1.6m per week AFTER tax.
Real Madrid were so confident they were going to land Mbappe on a free that president Florentino Perez had to go into the players’ dressing room and break the news he would not be joining.
Los Blancos supporters, though, have had the last laugh for now – while Perez even weighed in.
He took a brutal swipe and told Sport: “Today, Mbappe doesn’t exist, Real Madrid exist, it’s a party for Real Madrid and their players, who have been champions of Europe.”
In a separate interview, he said to Movistar+: “I’m calm and happy, we’ve all worked hard all season to be able to reach a situation like the one we’re in.
“Real Madrid will always continue to work on having the best players, but today Mbappe is already forgotten.
“Nothing has happened, Real Madrid have had a perfect season and that is a forgotten issue, there is only a Real Madrid party.”
As well as the cruel chanting, Real’s faithful followers could celebrate another successful season.
Carlo Ancelotti’s side beat Mbappe’s PSG in the Champions League last 16.
And they went on to beat Chelsea, Manchester City and Liverpool in dramatic fashion to make it 14 European Cups – including five in eight seasons.
The Spanish giants also won LaLiga, finishing 13 points clear of Barcelona, and lifted the Supercopa de Espana, too.