The Italian coach has reprimanded his squad telling his players that he has lost faith in them, but Mohamed Sissoko has denied that the Parisians are a club in crisis
After an impressive start to his reign in the French capital, the Parisians have stuttered in recent weeks, recording disappointing draws against Bordeaux and Caen and crashing out of the Coupe de France to Lyon.
The Italian is livid at his players for surrendering their outright top spot in Ligue 1 to Montpellier, and conveyed his displeasure to his team.
"You're incapable of getting on with things yourself," he told the squad in training, according to Le Parisien.
"I had confidence in you. You didn't deserve it."
Despite the poor run of results, Mohamed Sissoko has denied that the club are in crisis, and backed his team-mates to prove their quality.
"We're going through a period that we have to get around. We know that it's very complicated because a lot is expected in each match," the Malian told 20minutes.
"We're a team that's not in top form, but we're not going through a crisis period. We're joint first with Montpellier."
PSG will hope to regain their lead in Ligue 1 when they fance Nancy this Saturday.