Neymar, we don’t need you anymore…PSG informs Neymar + removes him from official schedule

Paris Saint-Germain (PSG) 카지노사이트 have reportedly informed Neymar that he is not in their plans for next season.

“After missing PSG’s last training session and media day, Neymar and Marco Verratti spoke to president Luis Campos and coach Luis Enrique, who informed them that the club will not be relying on them this season,” according to French outlet RMC Sport.

“Neymar and Verratti did not take part in training on Tuesday and did not attend the media day event on Wednesday, where they trained indoors. Our information is that Neymar felt uncomfortable in training on Monday and it seems that Verratti, like Neymar, has contracted the virus. Kylian Mbappe also did not attend the media day event,” the source explained.

PSG have apparently given certain players, including Neymar and Verratti, de facto release notices. “According to our information, Campos and Enrique called up at least five players, not just Neymar and Verratti, but also Henato Sanchez, Hugo Ekitiqe and Juan Bernat, to inform them that PSG is not counting on them this season,” said RMC Sport. The players were even encouraged to leave the club this summer. The players who did not attend Wednesday’s media day were not included in the club’s official photo shoot.”

Both Neymar and Verratti have been the subject of recent transfer rumours. “Neymar told the club’s management last Sunday that he wants to leave PSG this summer,” France’s L’Equipe reported. In addition to L’Equipe, multiple local media outlets, including Germany’s Kicker and the UK’s Sky Sports, all reported that Neymar had asked the club for a transfer.

‘Kicker’ reported, “Neymar told president Nasser Al-Khelaifi that he wanted to leave the club. Neymar had said publicly about two and a half weeks ago that he wanted to play for PSG next season. However, Neymar’s plans are completely different now. Neymar dreams of returning to Barcelona. “But it’s hard to answer the question of how to deal with Barcelona’s debts and players’ salaries,” he said.

“L’Equipe cites unnamed sources as saying that Barcelona are also interested in signing Neymar. With Ousmane Dembele on the verge of a move to PSG, the two clubs have been linked. Neymar will no longer be in Lionel Messi’s shadow at PSG and Barcelona,” he added.

“Neymar has told PSG that he wants to leave the club this summer,” said Kaveh Solhekol, chief reporter for Sky Sports in the UK. Neymar currently has three years left on his contract. Neymar wants to return to Barcelona, but with Barcelona’s financial problems, it’s hard to see how they can realistically afford him,” he said, adding that Neymar wants to leave PSG.

“Neymar is not thought to be a key player for Luis Enrique as PSG are building a new team. PSG are open to selling Neymar in order to build a team with younger players. PSG’s plan is to build a younger squad with mainly French players. Of course, they will also bring in foreign players, but we recently saw PSG trying to sign Dembele.”

PSG are looking to start this project by selling one of their most iconic players, Neymar. Neymar was a world record transfer fee when he joined PSG from Barcelona. Like Real Madrid’s signature policy of “galactico,” PSG has used its deep pockets to buy world-class stars, but now the club is looking to build its squad for the long term by bringing in younger players instead of superstars.

“PSG want to end this galactico culture,” said Solhekol. I am convinced that the future of PSG is not centred on players like Kylian Mbappe or Neymar. The future of PSG is players like Dembele and Gonzalo Higuain. PSG wants players who are committed to the team. Neymar is the past, not the future,” he explained.

“One of the reasons why Neymar asked PSG for a transfer is that PSG fans showed up at his doorstep in May to demand a transfer for the injury-prone player,” Kicker quoted L’Equipe as saying, noting that Neymar had been harassed by PSG fans.

Neymar’s father himself denied the transfer rumours. “Neymar’s father refuted reports that Neymar had asked PSG for a transfer, labelling L’Equipe’s report as a “l’efake”,” according to Brazilian outlet PL Brasil.

Verratti, who has also been linked with Neymar, is no different. Verratti has been with PSG for more than a decade and has been a key midfielder for the club. However, his performances have dipped in recent years and he appears to have been pushed to the back of the queue as PSG look to fill their midfield with younger players. Verratti was briefly linked with Saudi Arabia this transfer window, but that has now been put to bed. Of course, a move cannot be ruled out.

For PSG, who are currently at loggerheads with Kylian Mbappe and have to contend with his departure, the prospect of another key player leaving the club is one more thing to worry about.

For now, PSG have a lot more to worry about than just Mbappe. The relationship between PSG and Mbappe remains tense. The frosty relationship that began after Mbappe announced that he would not be re-signing with PSG shows no signs of thawing. PSG have used a number of tactics to try and change his mind, including persuasion, exclusion from the touring squad and a notice, but Mbappe’s attitude remains the same.

Mbappe’s bombshell announcement that he would not re-sign and would leave the club after completing his contract left PSG in a state of panic, with chairman Nasser Al-Khelaifi issuing a direct challenge to Mbappe to sign a new deal or leave the club in the summer transfer window. However, Mbappe was determined to see out the remainder of his contract at PSG. In response, PSG removed Mbappe’s name from their Asian tour roster.

Mbappe stayed behind in Paris to train with the second team while the PSG squad travelled to Japan and South Korea. It was reported at the time that Mbappe was psychologically unshakable, even though the mood was not good and the club had taken a hard line in removing him from the tour roster.

It had come too far to repair the relationship. As well as excluding Mbappe from the first-team training squad, PSG reportedly wanted fans to boo him in the opening game against Lorient, despite the fact that it was just before kick-off.

Britain’s The Athletic reports that “Mbappe will not return to training despite PSG’s return from tour. Mbappe has been put up for sale by the club and has been left out of the squad and is training separately from his teammates.”

“PSG are hoping that the club’s supporters, the Ultras, will be vocal and put pressure on Mbappe during the opening game against Lorient,” said Mario Cortegana of the same outlet.

Mbappe’s situation has also affected the mood at PSG. Fabrice Hawkins of French outlet RMC Sport, who is well versed in PSG’s inner circle, reported during the team’s tour of Japan: “Mbappe was left off the Asia tour roster after refusing to extend his contract, and this has created a bad atmosphere in the squad. The mood at PSG is not bright at the moment. According to club officials, the players are unable to let go and stick together. This atmosphere is not conducive to team life. Will the mood suddenly improve while Mbappe’s case remains unresolved? We will find out in the next few days.” PSG have a lot to think about.

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