- Tiemoue Bakayoko apparently appeared to have told AC Milan coach Gennaro Gattuso to "f*ck off"
- The Chelsea loanee was dropped to the bench for the Serie A clash against Bologna on Monday night, May 6
- But he was called on to come and replace an injured player in which the Frenchman was reluctant
Chelsea loanee at AC Milan Tiemoue Bakayoko is now believed to have landed himself in trouble after video showed him insulting his manager Gennaro Gattuso
The incident happened during the first-half of AC Milan’s 2-1 win over Bologna in which Bakayoko was called to replace injured Lucas Biglia.
And when Gattuso went to ask the France international to come on, Bakayoko did not seem to be ready immediately.
Gennaro Gattuso had a brief discussion with Bakayoko which ended with the latter telling the ex-Milan and Rangers star to "f*ck off".
Gattuso then went on to speak to Jose Mauri who took to the field to replace Biglia instead of Tiemoue Bakayoko.
“What happened tonight and the interpretation people are trying to give to it compel me to react immediately.
“I do not accept that I should be considered a player who refuses to enter the field when his coach asks him and who does not respect his club and his team-mates,'' Bakayoko said according to UK Sun.
Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how Tiémoué Bakayoko expressed strong desire for him to stay at Italian club AC Milian where he currently plays on loan from Premier League giants Chelsea.
Bakayoko landed a loan deal at the San Siro in the summer having flopped on his debut Premier League season at Stamford Bridge.
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