News Blog NG

For 24/7 informative news, reporting, and current affairs blog

30% Discount Sales of Medici Terrace By Sujimoto Fully Furnished Luxury 4-Bedroom

Advert

Saturday, November 11, 2017

COULD NEYMAR BE DONE WITH PARIS AND ON HIS WAY BACK TO BARCELONA ALREADY?

Neymar
Paris Saint-Germain and FC Barcelona must be feeling like a defender on the other end of one of Neymar’s many step overs and flip-flaps: Utterly confused.
The Brazilian forward turned his back on Catalonia this summer, making transfer history as he completed an astonishing £199 million (about $261 million) move from the Camp Nou to the French capital—more than doubling the cost of Paul Pogba’s £90 million move to Manchester United the summer before.

And Neymar has seemed to have settled in immediately, certainly on the pitch anyway. He has scored 12 goals in 11 games for his new club. Despite the acrimony with which he left Barcelona, Neymar has remained close with his former colleagues. He has already met up with Gerard Pique, Lionel Messi and Luis Suarezsince leaving.
In one of these meetings, according to Spanish publication Sport, Neymar suggested to his ex-teammates that he would like to return. “Would you take me back?” is the gist of what the 25-year-old is said to have asked.
Barcelona has done pretty well without him, really. The team sits at the top of the Spanish La Liga, eight points clear of Real Madrid, and is heading for the knockout stages of the Champions League. But the attacking trio of Neymar, Suarez and Messi—known as the Trident—was one of the most lethal and menacing line-ups in recent history.
During Neymar’s last season at the Camp Nou, they scored a combined total of 111 goals in all competitions. Only money, it seemed, could and would separate them.
But, now, Neymar has reportedly already grown tired of the lack of competition in the French Ligue 1. PSG is undefeated, top of the table and four points clear of a depleted Monaco in second. Neymar reportedly skipped the 5-0 win over Anderlecht in midweek to make sure he was fit enough to feature for Brazil through the international break. Brazil plays Japan on Friday and then travels to London to face England at Wembley Stadium on Tuesday.
The possibility of Neymar returning to Spain has been widely publicized in the past week, but with varied destinations. According to Marca, the prospect of Neymar joining Barcelona’s biggest rival in Spain, Real Madrid, is not an “impossible dream.” Many in the Spanish capital see the Brazilian as the perfect successor to Cristiano Ronaldo when he eventually retires.

Source:  - NEWS WEEK

No comments:

Post a Comment

Share Your Views and Comment on This Post, Thanks.

Featured Post

Solynta Energy: We adjusted our prices from 1 March 2017 for our Solar PV Power System

Solynta offers a complete range of Solar PV Power Systems to suit every household and business. Our Packages We have 6 solar e...