The federation announced on Monday that the striker had tested positive as he will miss several big games for the club and the country.
A statement from the FFF quickly followed, but Leonardo claims that no one had informed PSG that his player had contracted the coronavirus.
“I find it totally unacceptable that we learn from the press that one of our players is positive,” he said. RMC. “They issued a statement and sent the player home, but no one from the Federation told us. No one contacted us. ”
When asked if he was forced to call the player to receive the communication, he replied, “Exactly. He is at home and we learned it from him.
“Are we managing? Everyone gives lessons at PSG, which we are poorly managed. But when that happens, it’s always PSG who have to deal with the issues, even if they don’t know them. PSG are still the bad guys in history.
“It’s a lack of respect never to communicate with the club. We didn’t speak to anyone. We only spoke with Mbappe. It was we who had to put the pressure on. It is unacceptable. ”
Mbappe will therefore miss the next PSG matches against Lens, Marseille and Metz, as well as potentially a clash with Nice.
His absence will cause a great headache for the Parisian side, whose Ligue 1 opening match is due to take place on Thursday in Lens, just two days after the UEFA Nations League matches.
PSG are already facing a group of Covid-19 positives in their squad, with a number of players contracting the virus ahead of the Ligue 1 season
All of these players have already been excluded from the clashes with Lens and Marseille, while Mbappe’s absence will narrow head coach Thomas Tuchel’s options even further.