Neymar isn’t interested in leaving Paris Saint-Germain for Manchester United or any other club this summer despite the French club’s desire to sell the Brazilian international.
PSG would cash-in on the attacker if they receive a suitable offer, according to GOAL. However, it has now been reported that the 30 year old does not want to leave and wishes to stay at the club.
Neymar wants to stay due to the upcoming World Cup and he thinks PSG is the best place for him to prepare as he hopes to help Brazil to a sixth tournament win.
Neymar’s former agent, Wagner Ribeiro said last month that the player does not want to leave PSG until he wins the Champions League with them, telling reporters: “Neymar has a dream: to be champion of the Champions League with PSG.
“Despite all the rumours regarding a possible exit, he is very motivated and will not stop until he achieves it.”
PSG’s new coach Christophe Galtier said after his arrival that he wants Neymar to stay, insisting he has a “very clear idea” of how to bring the best out of him.
“Neymar is a world-class player, what coach wouldn’t want him in his squad. We have to find a balance in the team,” he said in his first press conference.
“I have a very clear idea of what I want from him. I haven’t met him yet but I want him to stay with us.”