Cesc Fabregas and Zlatan Ibrahimovic were reportedly involved in an argument as the pair left the Parc des Princes following Chelsea’s 2-1 defeat to PSG on Tuesday, according to the Daily Mail.
It is believed that Ibrahimovic spent the match taunting Blues players and Fabregas sought out the Swedish international demanding an explanation for his actions.
The PSG striker initially ignored the Spaniard before responding to him, although his specific words are unknown and the pair were separated before the situation could escalate any further.
Ibrahimovic then exchanged words with a number of other Chelsea players before seeking out members of the British press where he hinted at a potential move to the Premier League at the end of his current contract in the French capital.
The incident capped what was a disappointing night for Guus Hiddink’s side who travel back to Stamford Bridge with a lot to do in the second leg if they wish to progress to the quarter-finals of the competition.
It was Ibrahimovic who opened the scoring in the match via a deflected free-kick in the 39th minute.
This was cancelled out by the unlikely source of John Obi Mikel in first-half stoppage time, but Edinson Cavani came off the bench to secure a first leg lead for the Parisians.
The return match at Stamford Bridge takes place on the 9th of March, where Hiddink will be hoping his team’s vital away goal will help the side to extend their run in the competition.