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PSG are fed up with Neymar!

Update : 12 Mar 2022, 10:49

Paris Saint-Germain have finally lost their patience with The Brazilian superstar Neymar and will now look into the possibility of selling the forward at the end of the season.

The 30-year-old is one of the main targets after the painful elimination against Real Madrid in the Round of 16 of the UEFA Champions League after having everything in his face. He has managed 91 goals and 57 assists in 135 outings for PSG since his arrival from Barcelona.

The situation is complicated because the club’s owners want to be held accountable after another European failure, and here we tell you the reasons why they want to get rid of Neymar as quickly as possible.

Injuries and off-field controversies have seen his stint in Paris so far resemble something close failure. PSG bosses such as president Nasser Al-Khelaifi and director Leonardo tried to storm the official room in the stadium because they were not satisfied with the referee’s decision after Neymar and Gianluigi Donnarumma reportedly made a mistake although this rumor was denied.

Now another rumor surfaced. A top French journalist Romain Molina claims the Qatari rulers (PSG owners) are tired of Neymar. The former Barcelona star was deemed to have had too many problems not worth the price when he signed for the Parc des Princes in 2017.

The Ligue 1 leaders are allegedly preparing to sell him to the highest bidder and are hopeful that they would be able to ask for around €100m (£84m) from interested clubs.


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