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Neymar remonté contre Nasser, un club anglais va tenter le coup

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“I expect all the players to do a lot more than last season. A lot more! For next season, the objective is clear: work every day at 200%. Give everything we have for this jersey “, give the maximum and we will see the result. We have to become humble again. We have to change to avoid injuries, suspensions and fouls that change a game. (…) We build. We have to discipline ourselves, on the field and outside (…) Whoever wants to stay in his comfort, who does not want to fight, he will stay aside”. In an interview given to Parisian, Nasser Al-Khelaïfi took out the sulfateuse, pointing directly to the behavior of several players. So when the Gazzetta dello Sport Asked him directly about the Brazilian, he tempered: “We cannot talk about these issues in the media, some will come and others will leave, but these are private negotiations,” he said.

Neymar does not want Newcastle

A media release that the main interested party would have tasted very little, as revealed by the daily the Team. Indeed, the 30-year-old player, who will see his contract extended until 2027 following an automatic clause, wants to convince that he can still perform in the capital. “Neymar is motivated by the Parisian project and wants to contribute to it. He does not intend to leave the capital”, declares one of his relatives daily. But if he is finally pushed out, he will have to find a club for him, or pay a breach of contract estimated at 130 million euros. But problem, rare are the teams to apply to secure the services of the 30-year-old player, still regularly injured last season. According to information from the team, only Newcastle have reportedly shown interest. Second problem, the player has absolutely no intention of joining the north of England. Enough to promise the next few hectic weeks in the capital.

Nasser takes the floor

to summarize

Neymar would have gone up against Nasser Al-Khelaïfi, the president of Paris Saint-Germain, who opened the door to the player’s departure at the end of the year. Only the Newcastle team would have applied to try to secure his services.

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