REAL MADRID president Florentino Perez took a brutal swipe at Kylian Mbappe after the Champions League final.
The Spaniard celebrated another European trophy after Real beat Liverpool 3-1 in Paris.
But after the game, the Bernabeu boss was probed by questions over Mbappe, who subbed a move to the Spanish capital to stay with PSG.
Perez told Sport: “Today, Mbappe doesn’t exist, Real Madrid exist, it’s a party for Real Madrid and their players, who have been champions of Europe.”
In a separate interview, he said to Movistar+: “I’m calm and happy, we’ve all worked hard all season to be able to reach a situation like the one we’re in.
“Real Madrid will always continue to work on having the best players, but today Mbappe is already forgotten.
“Nothing has happened, Real Madrid have had a perfect season and that is a forgotten issue, there is only a Real Madrid party.”
Mbappe, 23, looked set to sign for Real on a free transfer until agreeing a last-minute extension with PSG.
He is expected to earn a staggering £507million by the end of his three-year deal.
The French forward revealed his admiration for Perez and admitted he was supporting Real against Liverpool.
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He said: “I’ll be Real Madrid’s first supporter for Uefa Champions League final in Paris, my house.
“I’d like to thank Real and Florentino Perez. I understand their disappointment.
“I understand honour and privilege to be wanted by an institution such as Real Madrid.”
Source: The Sun