PSG: Neymar in love with an Old Lady, long live Italy!

With the new project that PSG wants to put in place, Neymar’s place at the club is threatened. Few clubs can afford the Brazilian, even though Juve are mindful of his situation.

After having lived through a traumatic season in many respects, the PSG begins its revolution. Nasser Al-Khelaïfi recalled it in the columns of Parisian, it’s the end of the star policy at PSG and all the players will have to be 200% involved. When asked if Neymar was still part of the new Ile-de-France project, the Parisian president kicked into touch. It was enough to fuel departure rumors concerning the former Barça player. But under contract with PSG until 2025 and receiving a monthly salary of nearly 3 million euros, it is difficult to imagine a club aligning itself with the claims of the player but also of PSG, which will not give up Neymar for less of 80 million euros. However, common ground could be found with a European club: Juventus Turin.

PSG exasperated by Neymar, an interested club

According to information from Sport, the Old Lady is very attentive to the situation of Neymar in Paris. The Bianconeri, who want to return to the heights of Serie A and do better in the Champions League, want to be ambitious this summer on the transfer market. Massimiliano Allegri, the Turin coach, therefore asked his direction to try the blow concerning Neymar if the way was clear. Author of only 28 games in all competitions last season for 13 goals scored and 8 assists delivered, the Brazilian is on the downward slope. At 30, his many injuries and absences, coupled with a desire that sometimes leaves something to be desired, annoy Doha. Doha who is obviously on the same wavelength as Luis Campos regarding Neymar. For the PSG sports adviser, the former Catalan does not necessarily correspond to the values ​​of the project he wants to set up in the capital. For the moment, Neymar regularly indicates his desire to stay at PSG. But if that were the case, the Brazilian is already warned: it seems to be the end of the privileges.

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