Paris St Germain have suspended wantaway duo Didier Digard and Amara Diane following their outbursts against the Ligue 1 club. Middlesbrough target Digard angered the Parisians when he publicly criticised the club's board for delaying his move to the Premier League. Diane, PSG's top scorer last season, has also hit out at the French side, claiming he never wants to play for them again. He failed to show up when pre-season training started on Monday. The club released an official statement on Thursday, warning both players could be more severely punished, but that it would have no effect on their possible moves away from the Parc des Princes. 'Concerning the unjustified absence from PSG training and the inexact comments made to the press by Amara Diane, the PSG management have decided to suspend the player, while waiting to pronounce appropriate sanctions,' read the statement on the club's official website. 'Moreover, negotiations on a possible transfer have not been put to one side. 'In the same fashion, but this time regarding Didier Digard and his declarations in the newspapers, PSG have also decided to suspend the player, while waiting to pronounce appropriate sanctions.' Willamis Souza, who also failed to report for training on Monday has escaped with only an official warning after the club accepted the Brazilian's excuses.