Ex-Arsenal star Serge Gnabry dresses head-to-toe in Gucci for Paris Fashion Week but comes under fire from Bayern boss | The Sun

SERGE GNABRY has come under fire from Bayern Munich boss Julian Nagelsmann after attending Paris Fashion Week hours after their draw with RB Leipzig.

The Bundesliga champions made their long-awaited return to action on Friday but could only share the points with Nagelsmann's former side.

Gnabry played 82 minutes at the Red Bull Arena and assisted Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting's opener for Bayern.

But instead of some recovery and preparation ahead of Tuesday's clash with Cologne, the winger jetted off to the French capital.

Gnabry posed on Instagram dressed from head-to-toe in designer brands such as Namacheko and KidSuper.

But Nagelsmann wasn't exactly thrilled with his trip to Paris.

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When asked about Gnabry attending, he said: "I believe that a player can do whatever he wants in his free time.

"In general, as a normal employer, you cannot tell your employees to go to church at 10am on Sundays, have lunch at 12pm and take a nap at 2pm.

"It is important that everyone can organise their free time in such a way that they are happy.

"As a coach, I have to justify certain days off to my bosses. Why Sunday was now free, why we don't train after a 1-1 draw.

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"At some point, the chain of argumentation will be lost when the social channels are full of various photo shoots.

"It is important that the right answer comes on the pitch. If it fits on Tuesday, then I'm fine. If it doesn't fit, it's not OK with me…"

Gnabry will be hoping to catch the eye on the pitch too, when Bayern look to extend their lead at the top of the Bundesliga in their first home game since the World Cup against Cologne.

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