PSG ‘will let Neymar LEAVE if the right offer comes in this summer’
PSG ‘will let Neymar OUT if the right offer comes in this summer’ with his status at the club ‘deteriorating’… but ‘Man City, Man United, Liverpool and Real Madrid have no interest in him, and he doesn’t want to join Newcastle’
- Paris Saint-Germain would be willing to sell the Brazilian Neymar this summer
- Neymar is still the most expensive player in the world, but he has fallen from grace
- His relationship with star teammate Kylian Mbappe is also said to have waned.
- But the 30-year-old has a big problem and has no desire to leave the French club.
- European giants Man City, Man United, Liverpool and Real Madrid don’t want him
- Hugely wealthy Newcastle could afford it, but Neymar wouldn’t want to move there
Paris Saint-Germain are willing to let Brazilian striker Neymar leave this summer if he receives a suitable offer, according to reports in France.
The Brazilian remains the most expensive player of all time after joining the French giants for £198m in 2017, but his status at the club is said to be in decline.
And according to the French media L’Equipehis relationship with star man Kylian Mbappe, who has just signed a three-year deal for £650,000 a week, has deteriorated to the point where the club and president Nasser Al-Khelaifi are okay with letting him go.
However, European giants Manchester City, Manchester United, Liverpool, Real Madrid and Bayern Munich have no interest in signing the 30-year-old, and Saudi-funded Newcastle could afford it, but Neymar would not want to move there.
When Neymar joined the club from Barcelona, he was one of the biggest names in the sport and Al-Khelaifi said he had “the best player in the world” at the Parc des Princes.
That may still be true, but Neymar has since been overshadowed by Mbappe, who has overtaken him for the past four seasons, and the 22-year-old striker’s excellent new contract cements his position as PSG’s number 1.
Paris Saint-Germain are reportedly willing to let Brazilian Neymar (pictured) leave this summer
His relationship with star PSG teammate Kylian Mbappe (left) is also said to have waned.
The French giants and President Nasser Al-Khelaifi (above) agree to let the striker go
Despite having his contract extended until the summer of 2025, with the option of an extra season, just over a year ago, his status is reported to have fallen rapidly.
From being part of the dream front alongside Mbappe and Lionel Messi, he only played a supporting role this campaign, scoring 13 goals in 28 games in all competitions, compared to Mbappe’s 39 in 46.
It is true that he has suffered from recurring injuries, including ligament damage, but many at the club are aware of his “questionable” lifestyle and feel that he is at least responsible for that.
Furthermore, Mbappé, who was once close with his team-mate when they shared a kit supplier, has become more distant, with L’Equipe claiming that he freely mocks Neymar in private, and that he wouldn’t mind if the Barcelona international 117 caps were out. Mbappe is believed to have something to say about transfers in and out as part of his new contract.
Mbappe was expected to move to Real Madrid but recently extended his contract until 2025, signing a three-year deal for £650,000 a week that cements his No. 1 position at the club.
But Neymar still has three years left on a contract that pays him £3.4m a month, he’s happy and settled in the French capital and he’s the club’s second-best player, which means he has no real motivation. To go.
He has scored 10 goals and provided five assists since a three-month injury absence, but is still believed to annoy certain people at the club with his ‘arrogant’ image and mercurial disposition.
While Messi hasn’t necessarily outshone Neymar on the pitch in his first season at the club, his work ethic and business value mean the club are reportedly not even considering selling him.
A source in Neymar’s camp told L’Equipe: ‘Nobody contacted us to tell us that Neymar was on the market. We were pressured to extend last year. We spread out. We still have several years of contract. That’s all we know.’