The pair have traded insults on social media after Rothen scoffed at Aurier's claims that he'd happily return to PSG - despite his infamous Periscope rant against former coach Laurent Blanc and several teammates before being offloaded to Spurs.
Aurier again took aim at Rothen yesterday in a Q&A: "If I had to listen to everything that was said when I was in Paris and when I left, people would still have debts with me.
"I forgive but I do not forget. I saw it like everyone else. In his message, he poses as the president of all of Paris, of all decision-makers. And I have no right to say that I like PSG. There is only him.
"In my answer, I just wanted to make him understand that he made a lot of blunders in his youth and during his stay in Paris. I read that it was the scales of the locker room and that he disrespected the supporters. I didn't do that.
"When you were a player and you work for TV, there is a certain way of behaving.
"I would never accept that a former player should criticise a player. It's a lack of respect for the player. Rothen pushed me to go look at some things about him (to make his answer) when normally I don't care. And frankly, he did crazy things.
"In fact, he did worse than me and he speaks badly of me as if he had a clean record. There has never been any hindsight on his career with PSG. I would never condone a former player going to the TV to talk badly about current players."
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