We Knew Neymar Would Leave - Barcelona President

We Knew Neymar Would Leave - Barcelona President

We Knew Neymar Would Leave - Barcelona President

Neymar had assured, inter alia, to negotiate with no other club before 31 July 2017.

Tax authorities in Brazil are yet to decide if they concur with the figure and will agree to settle. That is why the Catalans want to withhold this sum, because Neymar played only one of the five contract years in Barcelona, agreed in October 2016.

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According to reports in the Spanish press on Saturday, Messi has now encouraged his side to go in for Di Maria, and bring the winger back to La Liga.

With PSG now reportedly after Monaco's Kylian Mbappe, Klopp has warned the top clubs that the highly-inflated release clauses of many players will be triggered much more often. The Brazilian's departure has left Ernesto Valverde short of attacking options, with the likes of Arda Turan, Paco Alcacer and Gerard Deulofeu only deemed to be squad players.

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Neymar's lawyer now says that they will not report Barcelona to Federation Internationale de Football Association and says that lines of communication are still open between the two sides. If they do, they will look to recoup more than just the £44.3m they paid to sign him from Manchester United.

Barcelona, though, face a big stumbling block in their pursuit of the player as their relationship with PSG is now at its lowest ebb.

The move would of course cause much controversy in Spain, where he would become only the 12th player in history to have played for both Barcelona and their El Classico rivals Real Madrid, where he spent four successful seasons.

This could be an ideal move for Di Maria and PSG if they are convinced to sell.

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