“There is a fracture”: It’s over between PSG and this superstar

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Disaster for PSG, the worst is yet to come

When I was little, I promised myself that I would have a job in line with football. Very quickly, I realized that my feet would not be enough to take me where I wanted so journalism became obvious.

Injured in the ankle since last February and forced to have surgery, Neymar is still talking about him. His absence in Strasbourg for the title of PSG did not please internally, which seems to draw a definitive line on his Parisian adventure. The club of the capital seeks at all costs to part with it.

The season of PSG will end this Saturday after a final match against Clermont. But the essential is acquired: the title of champion of France. Luis Campos can therefore already focus on the summer transfer window which will start at the beginning of June. And one of the hot issues will necessarily concern Neymar. Still injured, the Brazilian international is more than ever about to leave PSG.

Neymar was not in Strasbourg

And this recent trip to Monaco will not help matters. While the PSG was moving to Strasbourg and needed only one point to become champion, most of the injured made their way to Alsace. Neymar, he was not there. The declaration of Christophe Galtier did not really convince, Loic Tanzi therefore returned to this subject while addressing its future. Because the two are quite related…

The end is approaching for his adventure at PSG

The problem of this trip shows that there are deeper issues between PSG and Neymar. It is also part of a context where Neymar is no longer against leaving. For a year, the PSG with Campos wants to separate. For the first time, Neymar has opened the door, he realizes that the club no longer counts on him. It is for me a lack of communication between the player and the club, there is a small fracture between Neymar who would certainly like to stay and PSG who want to part with him. “, reveals the journalist of The Team. It’s hard to imagine a sequel between Neymar and PSG…

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