Ander Herrera claims Kylian Mbappe and Neymar feel ‘satisfied’ at PSG and will NOT be leaving this summer despite interest from Liverpool and Barcelona
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Neymar and Kylian Mbappe will not push to leave PSG when the transfer window reopens this summer, teammate Ander Herrera said.
Brazilian star Neymar remains one of Barcelona’s main transfer targets despite a return to the Nou Camp last year, while Mbappé continues to draw interest from Liverpool and Real Madrid.
Reports have claimed that both attackers may be on the move this summer, with high spending PSG among those hardest hit financially by the corona virus crisis and subsequent Ligue 1 season cancellation.
Neymar (left) and Kylian Mbappe (right) will remain with PSG according to Ander Herrera
Herrera claims that both his teammates felt ‘satisfied’ when playing for the Ligue 1 champions
Mbappé is also said to have demanded a release clause in every new contract he signs to seal a dream move to Bernabeu in the future. PSG has offered him a whopping £ 600,000 a week L’Equipe.
However, Herrera insists that Neymar and Mbappé have no intention of leaving Paris and that they both like to continue playing under Thomas Tuchel.
“Mbappe and Neymar are still with PSG and even more with the situation we are currently in,” said Herrera COPE.
“I had dinner with Neymar before quarantine, and he’s very involved in the project. He told me he has never been happier in Paris.
Neymar and Mbappé have emerged as transfer targets for Barcelona and Liverpool, among others
“PSG’s project is such that both feel fulfilled in Paris.”
PSG was confirmed as the Ligue 1 champion for the third consecutive season after the season ended early last month.
Officials hope that at some point in August the Tuchel men will still be able to play in both national cup finals behind closed doors, while also having a Champions League quarter-final to look forward to restarting the league as soon as the rest Europe’s seasons are complete.