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PSG considering SUING Patrice Evra after Frenchman’s X-rated homophobic rant

‘Paris, you are some f****ts… we put out the D team and we did you’: PSG considering SUING Patrice Evra after Frenchman’s X-rated homophobic rant aimed at Ligue 1 club

  • Patrice Evra has been filmed in an expletive, homophobic rant against PSG
  • In the 43-second Snapchat clip, he calls the club’s players ‘f****ts’ and ‘p****es’
  • PSG have released statement condemning clip and are considering legal action
  • Evra’s initial celebrations inside stadium after Man United win angered the club



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Paris Saint-Germain could try and sue Patrice Evra after he labelled the club’s players ‘f****ts’ and ‘p*****s’ in an astonishing X-rated homophobic rant on social media.

The former Manchester United defender celebrated wildly in the stands when his old side knocked PSG out of the Champions League earlier this month, and he has now taken his celebrations further with an explicit Snapchat rant.

Filmed in a taxi in Paris on Sunday, ESPN report that Evra can be heard saying in French: ‘Here it is Manchester. Stop supporting teams who will never win.  

In the clip, he calls PSG's players 'f****ts' and p****es' - and the club are considering legal action

Patrice Evra could be in hot water after he launched a foul-mouthed homophobic rant at PSG

Evra's initial celebrations inside the Parc des Princes with Paul Pogba angered the French club

Evra’s initial celebrations inside the Parc des Princes with Paul Pogba angered the French club

PSG’S STATEMENT

‘Paris Saint-Germain firmly condemns the homophobic slurs uttered by Patrice Evra against the club, its representatives and its former player (Jerome Rothen). 

‘The words have shocked the heart of this club, which is attached to values of respect and being open with one another.’ 

‘Even my cousin who is in the front [of the car] is p***** off. Paris, you are some f****ts, some f****ts, I’m telling you. We [United] put our D team [against PSG] and we did you. 

‘Some kids played, they used to clean my boots. They don’t even have sperm [yet]. Paris, you are some p*****s.’

In the aftermath of his matchday celebrations, Evra’s former Monaco team-mate Jerome Rothen accused him of a lack of respect, and Evra hit back immediately with the words: ‘Next time I see you, I’m going to slap you in the face.’



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At the end of Sunday’s Snapchat video – which appeared to be filmed on the account of singer Momsii – Evra once again takes aim at Rothen and reminds him: ‘I will f***ing slap you in the face’.

The pair were seen jumping around and shouting their support for Manchester United

United overcame a 2-0 deficit to beat PSG on away goals in Champions League last-16 tie

The pair were seen jumping around and shouting their support for Manchester United

It is understood that Evra, who has been without a club since leaving West Ham last year, was in Paris to see Paul Pogba’s brother Florentin open his new barber shop.

PSG were unhappy at Evra’s initial celebrations inside the Parc des Princes, where he was filmed in the stands with United midfielder Pogba, and they are now even more furious at his actions.

The club even released a statement on Tuesday, which reads: ‘Paris Saint-Germain firmly condemns the homophobic slurs uttered by Patrice Evra against the club, its representatives and its former player (Jerome Rothen). 

‘The words have shocked the heart of this club, which is attached to values of respect and being open with one another.’

Evra played for PSG during his youth career, between 1997 and 1998, before moving on to Marsala in Italy where he signed a professional deal.

Jerome Rothen (centre) and Evra (right) played together at Monaco in Ligue 1 for two years

Jerome Rothen (centre) and Evra (right) played together at Monaco in Ligue 1 for two years

Marcus Rashford scored a dramatic stoppage-time penalty to give United a famous win

Marcus Rashford scored a dramatic stoppage-time penalty to give United a famous win



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