Neymar Hints at Leaving Barcelona

Pauline Gross
July 17, 2017

Neymar recently confirmed he has no desire to play in the Premier League, explaining that while he enjoys watching Philippe Coutinho and Gabriel Jesus in action, he hasn't been tempted by a move to England.

"I've played in some grounds in England, I believe nearly all of those from the big teams - it's hard to pick one that I liked the most".

Barcelona wasted little time responding to fresh rumours linking Neymar with a move away from the Camp Nou on Monday, as technical secretary Robert Fernandez told reporters the Brazilian isn't going anywhere.

The former Santos star is said to have won everything he wants to win with Barcelona barring the Ballon d'Or. What he has been told is that "by the side of Messi you will always be second, you will always be in his shadow”". These stars would serve to win titles but also to sell shirts and boost the global image and modernity of the side.

Neymar previously joked he could leave Barcelona for a minnow in La Liga, stating: "Who knows what will happen tomorrow?"

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The Spanish giants are widely expected to bring a new midfielder to Camp Nou ahead of the 2017-18 campaign, with Paris Saint-Germain's Marco Verratti strongly linked with a move to Spain.

Or when SPORT revealed at the end o last season the calls between Jose Mourinho and the Brazilian, to convince him to leave and take Ibrahimovic's place. The Brazilian's release clause started at €200m, is now €222m, and will rise further to €250m next season. I do not want Cristiano Ronaldo, not Lionel Messi, but just Luis Suarez.

Barcelona, for their part, consider the Brazilian tied down after he signed a new deal on October 21, 2016, to stay at the club until June 30, 2021.

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