The seven-time Ballon d’Or winner, 35, received a hero’s welcome as he took to the club’s Camp des Loges training pitch for the first time since leading his country to an incredible World Cup final win over France.
Messi received a guard of honour on his PSG returnCredit: Twitter
But, not everyone was thrilled to see him.
While players and staff members lined up to perform a guard of honour for Messi as he made his way onto the pitch, Ethan Mbappe – brother of Kylian Mbappe – was seen giving the Argentina icon a “death stare”.
Fans immediately picked up on the reaction, with one person tweeting: “Ethan Mbappe’s reaction is quite funny. He’s not here to shake hands with Messi.”
Another added: “The way Ethan Mbappe is giving Messi death stares!”