Will a new era really begin at Paris Saint-Germain this summer? If the departure of Lionel Messi, at the end of the contract, seems recorded, one of the most burning issues of the next transfer window will clearly be that of Neymar. Under contract with the Parisian club until 2027, the 31-year-old Brazilian striker could this time have desires elsewhere, after six mixed seasons to say the least in France, mainly due to repeated injuries. If the management of PSG, starting with Luis Campos, already unofficially wanted to part with it last year, it would have a better chance of succeeding this summer, according to The team.
The daily thus reveals on Tuesday that the Premier League, and especially Manchester United, would be interested in the arrival of the former Barça star. His compatriot Casemiro would notably try to convince Neymar to join the Red Devils. On the verge of returning to the Champions League next season, Man U (current 4th in PL two days from the end) will still have to fight to set up a financial operation that promises to be very tense. Recruited in the summer of 2017 for a record sum of 222 million euros, and therefore extended until 2027 with a monthly salary estimated at 3.6 million euros gross, “Ney” will not be easy to leave Paris.
Chelsea and Newcastle regularly cited
But the Parisian striker, currently recovering from his right ankle operation in March, would be aware that he is no longer the centerpiece of the Parisian project. Squarely taken to task on May 3 by several dozen PSG supporters who came to his home in Bougival (Yvelines), he could therefore decide to leave Ligue 1.
And such a transfer can only depend on yet another stroke of madness from the Premier League. If until then, Chelsea and Newcastle were more cited in the media as potential drop-off points, Manchester United could therefore officially enter the dance in the coming weeks. And this even if it is hard to imagine Erik Ten Hag, drunk as not allowed by Cristiano Ronaldo at the start of this season, betting on Neymar.
Source: 20Minutes – Une by www.20minutes.fr.
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