The war for Neymar is escalating. We want a Brazilian star, no matter how much it costs, they told themselves in Real Madrid. According to recent reports, the White Ball is ready to sacrifice three well-known footballers just to get Canary from Paris and upset a rival from Camp Nou. Barcelona was supposed to be out of the game, but recent events indicate she has not given up.
When Barcelona offered players Philippe Coutinha and Ousman Dembele to Paris, and in addition, the PSG bosses refused to give thanks for wanting the entire exit clause in cash. Now he tried a similar piece of the White Ballet. Isco, Varane and Marcelo are on the list of "victims" for Neymar's eventual arrival.
According to the media, White Ballet is willing to pay Neymar 700,000 pounds a week, or some nineteen million crowns (he is now taking 675,000 pounds on PSG). They are very pleased to look at the shop in Manchester United. The club knows that if Real were to acquire Neymar, he would probably leave out peasant Paul Pogba, whose services in Madrid he sought.
Neymar has been trying to leave Paris for a few months now. He does not hide that he is attracting his return to Barcelona (he changed his departure for PSG two years ago). The Players' lawyer at the beginning of the week negotiated at Camp Nou with Barcelona's leadership. The Brazilian has a £ 198m exit clause in a deal with a French giant, so it's unclear how much the prospective bidder should pay.
Lately, the Brazilian has become more visible with his scandals, not quite on the pitch, as they suffered injuries. Neymara jerseys are not for sale at PSG's official store, which may indicate that the transfer is approaching.
Maybe it's also a reaction to the fan protests during the first round of the French League. They wanted the problem to star outside the club. "You are the most outrageous player in PSG history," Neymar could read on the banners. But maybe he can see himself back in Spain, so he didn't care.
|The highest paid players in the world|
|Name||club||weekly wage in pounds|
|Gareth Bale||Real Madrid||600,000|
|Alexis Sanchez||Manchester United||505,000|