Neymar confirms that he will STAY at Paris Saint-Germain next season as the Brazilian star claims he wants to win the Champions League and will ‘do everything’ to write his name in the history books of the Ligue 1 champions.
- Neymar was left in tears after PSG’s defeat in the Champions League final
- He was linked with a move to Barcelona ahead of the coronavirus pandemic
- But the 28-year-old has now told PSG’s official magazine that he will stay this season
- Neymar wants to become a legend on the Ligue 1 side and win the top prize in Europe
Paris Saint-Germain star Neymar has confirmed that he will stay with the club next season.
The Brazilian forward was left in tears after the Ligue 1 champion was defeated by Bayern Munich in the Champions League final in Lisbon earlier this month.
The £ 198 million 28-year-old man was also closely linked to a return to former club Barcelona ahead of the coronavirus pandemic.
Neymar has informed the PSG official magazine that he will remain with the club this season
The 28-year-old was left in tears after the club’s defeat in this month’s Champions League final
But Neymar has now made every suggestion that he could leave PSG to bed after their European heartbreak and also told the club’s official magazine that he would like to take it one step further in the Champions League this season and become a legend in the Champions League. French capital.
‘I will stay with PSG next season! And with the ambition to return to the Champions League final, this time to win it, ” he said.
“I love the idea of doing everything I can to keep my name in my club’s history books.”
Reports in France have also suggested the Brazilian is trying to bring former teammate Lionel Messi to the club as the lost star seeks a departure from Barcelona.
The Brazil international had also been linked to former club Barcelona before the pandemic
Messi sent a burofax to the Catalan giants last week to inform them of his desire to leave, and as Manchester City lead the race, the French side is doing everything they can to secure his signature.
The news also comes just a day after Neymar decided to end his £ 78.6m partnership with Nike after 15 years.
Neymar’s loyalty switch could be bad news for PSG, with Nike the club’s supplier of kits.
He also said he wants to become better in Europe this season and become a legend at the club
The French side got a contract increase after the megastar was signed and received € 70 million (£ 62 million) as a result of his world record transfer from Barcelona.
Several reports suggest the attacker will sign with German company Puma, the current Manchester City and AC Milan kit suppliers.
Nike has sponsored the Brazilian since he was 13 years old, long before he turned pro.
Reports in France suggest he has tried to convince Lionel Messi to join PSG