Paris Saint-Germain striker Kylian Mbappe’s translated Instagram post caused a lot of confusion for a number of Manchester United fans on Tuesday night after losing 1-0 against Bayern Munich in the Champions League.
Mbappe came on as a second half substitute at Parc des Princes to mark his return from hamstring injury, but the France star was unable to have an impact on the match. He will be hoping to turn the tie around in two weeks when he is in better shape for the second leg in Bavaria.
After the match, the PSG star took to Instagram and wrote: “All that remains to be done.”
However, a translation of the caption bizarrely added some words to the mix, such as ‘Manchester’s United’s team are now on PSG’Daily Express, as cited by the .
It looks like it could be a glitch on Instagram’s side rather than Mbappe being at fault.
This got United fans talking and the media are telling us that the Emir of Qatar is a Manchester United fan… Sheikh Qatar Sports Investment bought PSG in 2011.
The country’s sovereign wealth fund – the Qatar Investment Authority – are considered to be in the running for the takeover of Manchester United, with the Glazer family set to walk away without clearing any of the debt as well as more profit than any of them could have imagined in 2005.