Tearful Neymar denies problems at PSG

Tearful Neymar denies problems at PSG

Tearful Neymar denies problems at PSG

Currently, Paris Saint-Germain holds Neymar to, and will certainly not let him go for anything less than the €222 million they paid Barcelona for him.

In fact, during a press conference following Brazil's 3-1 win against Japan on Friday, Neymar became emotional while defending himself against reports he's unhappy at PSG.

The Brazil worldwide, who joined from Barcelona this summer in a world-record €222 million move, said he was targeting the Champions League trophy.

"He feels good here and will achieve great things", Mbappe told PSG's official website, per Goal.

Mbappe has also dismissed speculation that Neymar has fallen out with PSG boss Unai Emery and he is confident the forward will remain in the French capital for the long term.

Mbappe has attempted to downplay any suggestions of a rift between the world's most expensive player and the rest of his teammates, while also heaping praise on Edinson Cavani.

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Real have had issues at both right-back and at the heart of the defence this season and Marquinhos' versatility makes him a player that could help solve each problem. "With me, he behaves like a big brother".

However, Madrid will need a replacement for 32-year-old Cristiano Ronaldo at some point, and Neymar is one of the few players who has the profile and quality to come in for the Portugal star.

"Mbappe said: "[Cavani is] superb.

"I want to say what I think".

"He is now very close to breaking the club's record of goals".

Florentino Perez's determination to bring Neymar to Real Madrid next summer will see him offer two major Manchester United targets to PSG, according to reports. He is a good person and a very great professional.

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