"Adrien Rabiot has received a letter suspending him," a source told AFP.
"I find unacceptable the attitude and lack of professionalism of a player like Adrien Rabiot towards the club, his teammates and the fans," PSG sporting director Antero Henrique said on RMC Sport, referring to the night out.
He added: "I'm available, everything's fine, I'm in great shape. If I could play.... but the (club) management have decided otherwise."
Asked by Infosport for his feelings after PSG's latest European failure Rabiot said that it had made him feel "bad".
"I'm still a player at the club despite what they can say. I'm still under contract. I'm behind my teammates, of course it was disappointing."
Relations between Rabiot, who has been strongly linked with a move to Barcelona, and PSG have broken down, with the club ordering him to train with the reserves. In January he appealed to the French League's legal committee, claiming that PSG's decision to banish him goes against the "professional footballer's charter", with the league finding in his favour.
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