Luis Enrique posts cryptic Instagram message amid rumours he could leave PSG just weeks after arriving
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Luis Enrique has posted a cryptic message on Instagram amid rumours he could leave Paris Saint-Germain just weeks after joining the French giants.
Enrique took charge of PSG on July 5, but the start of his reign has been dominated by the toxic rift between the club and Kylian Mbappe, who has turned down a new contract at the the Parc des Princes.
The 24-year-old has been banished to the reserves, with the Ligue 1 side desperate to get him off their books before the transfer window slams shut on September 1.
Meanwhile, sporting director Luis Campos, who was instrumental in the appointment of Enrique, could also be heading for the exit door this summer.
As a result, Enrique may choose to walk away from his position before the start of the 2023/24 campaign, according to Spanish outlet Marca.
The publication claims that Enrique, who has a 'short trigger', has already become uncomfortable in the hot seat.
However, a PSG spokesperson has since come forward and rubbished rumours, branding them "complete nonsense".
Speaking on Thursday, a statement read (quotes via Fabrizio Romano): “Today’s rumors are as ridiculous as they are completely out of place”.
Although Enrique has since added fuel to speculation around his future after he posted a picture alongside his coaching staff on Instagram, captioned: “All for one and one for all”.
It remains to be seen whether his words were in reference to the Mbappe transfer saga, his own position at the club, or a mere show of support for those around him.
But whatever the case, there is a degree of uncertainty surrounding the Spaniard's future and a clear divide within the PSG camp.
Indeed, it hasn't been the easiest start to life as manager, with Enrique having won just two out of his opening five pre-season matches, notably losing 2-1 to last year's Champions league finalists Inter Milan.
In addition, Mbappe's situation is yet to be resolved after the World Cup winner rejected an incredibly lucrative offer from Saudi Pro League side Al Hilal, which would see him become the world's highest paid player.