KFC France vice-president accuses Kylian Mbappe of having a ‘tantrum’ over sponsorship commitments

KFC France have distanced themselves from claims by their vice-president which hinted at taking legal action over Kylian Mbappe, for his refusal to take part in sponsorship commitments.  

As previously reported, Mbappe reportedly refused to take part in the France national team’s photoshoot on Tuesday over a long-running dispute with the French Football Federation (FFF) over image rights.

L’Equipe reported that Alain Beral of KFC France had said the fast-food chain would ‘assert their rights if neccessary’ over the Mbappe situation – hinting at taking legal action.

His comments including damning quotes, accusing Mbappe of having a ‘tantrum’ and a ‘crisis of youth’. 

KFC France, as reported by Reuters, have since come out to clarify that Beral is not speaking on behalf of the…

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