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Neymar – PSG: He announces a disaster on the transfer window
Published on May 26, 2023 at 5:30 p.m.
Neymar is no longer really in the odor of sanctity at PSG. Arrived through the front door in 2017, the Brazilian is now pushed towards the exit by Luis Campos. But a disaster seems to be brewing on the transfer window with the 31-year-old star. Indeed, the PSG star would no longer be unanimous either in the eyes of Europe.
In 2017, the PSG struck a blow on the transfer window by bringing Neymar against a check for €222 million. But six years later, the story could well end. The Brazilian, still injured in the ankle and absent since last February, is no longer unanimous with his management. Even if he feels good in the capital and plans to retire there as Le10Sport.com revealed to you exclusively, louis fields has a different opinion on the matter. After trying to get him to leave last summer, the Parisian football adviser would still like to push him out. However, the 31-year-old star would find himself, to everyone’s surprise, running out of options on the transfer window.
Neymar, bad recruit in the eyes of Europe?
” To be honest, there aren’t many European clubs who think Neymar would be a good signing right now. He’s 31, recovering from a new injury – one he should have had surgery on when he arrived in Paris six years ago – and if you look at his social media there’s nothing about football , there are only promotions on gambling and that kind of thing » thus revealed jonathan johnsoninterviewed by Caught offside.
PSG is trapped
The reporter went on to explain that the PSG was trapped with Neymar, since most clubs would refuse to pay a colossal sum to secure the Brazilian’s services. ” It seems difficult for most European clubs, especially with the way business is done these days. There are not so many extravagant extravagances anymore, I think that era is more or less over; you look at a club like Newcastle United, who under very wealthy owners got into the Champions League without spending stupid money on signings like Neymar, so why would they change now? Neymar certainly hasn’t shown anything in recent years that suggests he could be a game-changer for Europe’s big clubs he asserted. A disaster seems to be brewing for the PSG with the transfer of Neymar.