Neymar Seeks a New Contract with PSG

The transfer of players between clubs is very common in the world of football. One player may change his club in one season and then again he may come back to his previous club and there are lots of instances of this. But the rumors of Neymar's homecoming to Barcelona have been put into the grave by the wonder kid himself. As per the sources, Neymar has asked the club to make a fresh contract with him. This has finally ended the talking about his return to Barcelona. He left the club in 2017 and joined Paris Saint Germain.

It was heard that he doesn't want to stay as a helper to Lionel Messi and wants to make his own reputation in the football world. Thus to come out from the shadow of Messi he joined Paris Saint Germain and he is performing well for this club.

Sandro Rosell praises Neymar as the best after Lionel Messi

Former Barcelonapresident Sandro Rosell has said that Neymar is the second-best player after Lionel Messi and he will be looking forward to bring him back to Barca. Neymar had been the target of Barca from the previous season but the deal has failed due to some reasons. In the upcoming summer transfer window, there have been speculations of Barca is interested to sign him.

Neymar awaiting Barca's decision on transfer

Brazilian footballer Neymar is awaiting the Spanish club Barcelona’s move to sign him even amid the financial constraints. In the outlets from France,it was reported that the player is willing to extend his contract with the club and at the same time is willing to make a move outside of Ligue 1 for the next season. But with the financial constraints caused due to COVID 19 has affected the club in signing the player back to Camp Nou.

Rivaldo Says Barca Should Focus On Neymar Instead Of Lautaro Martinez

Former footballer Rivaldo has said Barcelona should sign Neymar instead of Lautaro Martinez as it will help Lionel Messi take rest. The club have shown interest on signing Inter Milan striker Martinez as his performance at the club has been exceptional and he has scored 17 goals by appearing in 37 games. They missed the opportunity to sign him as his release clause at Inter ended last week but they are still hopeful that they can sign him in this summer.

Rivaldo believes Barcelona are unlikely to sign both Neymar and Lautaro Martinez

Rivaldo has said that Barcelona are unlikely to sign both Neymar and Lautaro Martinez when the transfer window reopens during the summer. The Blaugrana had earmarked the duo as the prime targets at the beginning of the year and they are currently not in a position to negotiate straight-cash deals for either due to the financial impact of the coronavirus pandemic.

Real Madrid and Barca refuse to admit defeat in the chase of Neymar

Neymar has been the talking point of transfer in the recent news. The Brazilian was signed by PSG in 2017 for £222 million which became one of the expensive transfer ever. The club clearly enjoys having a world-class player like Neymar on the team. He is being productive for the team in the season and he has not faced many injuries and is well fit. The current form and fitness have attracted many clubs with Barcelona and Real Madrid in the lead.

Alderweireld admits Mourinho convinced him to sign new Tottenham deal

Belgium international Toby Alderweireld has revealed that manager Jose Mourinho played a key role in convincing him to sign a new contract with Tottenham Hotspur. The versatile defender was initially expected to leave the north London side on a free transfer in the summer but he is now contracted to the club until the summer of 2023.

Arteta heaps praise on Saka after standout display against Olympiakos

Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta has heaped praise on Bukayo Saka after the youngster provided the assist for Alexandre Lacazette’s winning goal in Piraeus. The Gunners recently made the trip to Piraeus to face Olympiakos in the first leg of the Europa League round of 32 tie and they managed to come out of the game with a 1-0 win.

Giroud prepared to leave Chelsea in the quest for playing time

France international Olivier Giroud has said that he has the ability to play at the highest level for a few more years and he would not hesitate to leave Chelsea, should he continue to struggle for gametime. The 33-year-old has been confined to a bench role during the early stages of the campaign with Tammy Abraham regarded as the undisputed first-choice striker under Frank Lampard.
Despite this, Giroud has continued to remain a regular presence for France at the international level and he has recently been in good form with goals in successive European qualifiers. Speaking to reporters, Giroud said that he has no regrets over the decision to leave the Gunners for playing time and he could follow the same trend at Chelsea, if his prospects of regular first-team football remain slim.

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