Neymar encouraged to make 'brave' decision on Paris move

Solenn Plantier
Juillet 30, 2017

In the meantime, Neymar remains with the Catalan side in the United States, where he has been doing the business on the pitch with three goals in back-to-back wins over Juventus and Manchester United. According to ESPN, the Qatari-owned club are said to be so confident of landing Neymar, they are already drawing up plans on how they will unveil him.

Neymar, 25, was heavily involved in Barca's 3-2 friendly victory over Primera Liga arch-rivals Real Madrid in Miami on Saturday but speculation over his future has continued to intensify in recent days.

And The Sunday Times report that Neymar Snr. has contacted PSG and asked them to ensure any deal is completed after July 31.

Not long to wait until the new Premier League season.

Our sources disclosed that the Legal team of Barcelona preparing a legal suit that will arise at the Federation Internationale de Football Association headquarters once PSG make their intentions official.

"I hope [Neymar signing for PSG] happens, but I don't have anything to do with his decision", he continued.

The Brazilian forward continues to be heavily linked with a record-breaking move to Paris Saint-Germain, with the French giants prepared to meet his €222 million release clause. There are players in the National Basketball Association who don't earn as much as they deserve in order to win titles. "In the games he's been at 100 percent, he's not changed at all".

"We want him to stay with us, but we also want this noise to be cleared up, whether it is for the player himself or for the club". "We changed shirts at the end and I hope that's the last time I get a Barca one from him, that wouldn't be a problem for us at all!" They want soccer's governing body to investigate the source of these funds.

For the past four years PSG have gone into the clash as winners of Ligue 1. That's far more than the Brazilian is making at Barcelona.

Cavani would likely be one player the club would refuse to allow to leave, having no strong competition for his central role at present, but we finally have no need for a new centre-forward following our big-money signing from Lyon Alexandre Lacazette.

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