Neymar (30) returned to PSG after the World Cup, where he still doesn't appear fully over his disappointment in Qatar (elimination of Brazil in the quarter-finals against Croatia). The number 10 hasn't yet recovered all of his legs and all of his confidence after receiving a red card against Strasbourg and a technical waste against Angers on Wednesday. Particularly considering that the capital club continues to advocate for his exit to give Kylian Mbappé complete authority. The offensive midfielder shouldn't leave anytime soon because he has a contract that runs until 2027 and he is paid exceptionally well. However, other Brazilians, like Rivaldo, want to see him leave. Even better would be to see him develop at Manchester City under Pep Guardiola's guidance, according to the 1999 Ballon d'Or winner.Sincerely, I don't think it will happen right immediately, but PSG might be interested in trading the player towards the conclusion of the season to recoup some of their investment and let the Brazilian star to play in the Premier League. In this situation, I believe Manchester City would be the ideal club for him since it would increase his chances of success and place him in a very offensive team that was excelling under their previous boss Pep Guardiola. claims the year 2002 world champion for the website Betfair Probably forgetting that Neymar was never managed by Guardiola because a full season elapsed between his departure from Real Madrid and his arrival at Barcelona.
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