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Neymar tell friends he wants a return to Spain

Discussion in 'French League' started by Football cyborg, May 11, 2018.

  1. Neymar, PSG's star, has told his teammates he wants to sign for Real Madrid. Le Parisien reveals that the Brazilian has not given up on making a return to Spain this time to Real Madrid and he has confessed to a close group of teammates he hopes to return to Spain at Real this summer.

    It was revealed that Neymar admitted his ambitions at a dinner organized by fellow Brazilian Thiago Silva who plays at centre-back for the Ligue 1 champions to celebrate PSG 's titles this season after they completed a domestic treble.

    Neymar also took the opportunity to explain his plans to a group of friends that included the likes of Marco Verratti, Yuri Berchiche, Javier Pastore, Marquinhos and Thiago Motta, along with Thiago Silva and several of Neymar's good friends.

    The Brazil national team captain who has been out injured since February revealed he wanted to join Real, but he didn't expect the deal to happen until after the World Cup. It was also reported that Neymar's father has hired agent Pini Zahavi in recent weeks to find the player a new club - though the priority remains Real Madrid.

    So also Madrid based news outlet 'Marca' also reports that Neymar's father has already told PSG that his son wants to leave the club and has asked that the club let his son negotiate his departure
    , but PSG remain adamant that the player is not for sale.

    The club's hierarchy has grown weary of the rumors and they claim such fallacies were propagated by people who stand to gain millions from the transfer of the player. The club has totally denied that there has even been talk of an exit price.

    "There is no fixed price because Neymar is not on the market, it's ridiculous and the chances of reaching an agreement with a club are zero," a source said.

    Officials within the French club insist that they have been given no news from Neymar's father of the player's desire to leave. In addition, nobody from Real Madrid has contacted the president of PSG to show their willingness to reach any agreement.
     

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