Adrien Rabiot was not heartbroken about Paris Saint-Germain's defeat to Manchester United in the Champions League after it was revealed that he went clubbing following the match.
The 23-year-old Frenchman, who is out of contract in the summer, was left out of the squad for the match and has no future at the club, following his refusal to sign a deal with the reigning Ligue 1 champions.
However, Rabiot has fully embraced that he has no future at the club and, from watching the clip below, could not care that Thomas Tuchel's men were knocked out of the Champions League.
Following on from the 3-1 defeat at the Parc des Princes, the PSG boss came out to defend Neymar after the former Barcelona star posted an explicit rant on Instagram about the VAR decision.
"Sometimes when you remember yourself in a big, big fight and you remember being very emotional you use words and you react in a way that you take back some hours later," he said (via Goal).
"You see how emotional he is and how he lives with us and how badly he wanted to help us and Ney, coming back -- latest in the quarter-finals -- and coming today and biting his nails for every game we play without him. So don't be too harsh on him.
"It's, like I said, hard to accept for all of us who could not play and could do nothing.
"I would not over-interpret the use of his words in the heat of the challenge and the moment of the decision. It's quickly typed into a smartphone."
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