Neymar has ‘no plans’ to leave PSG amid concerns the French club may be forced into a fire-sale to meet UEFA’s financial rules following complaint filed to the governing body by LaLiga
- Neymar has reportedly told those close to him that he has no intention on leaving
- The 30-year-old Brazilian signed for PSG in world record £200million deal
- PSG are the subject of a complaint to UEFA from LaLiga over their finances
PSG’s finances have come under severe scrutiny in recent years and the French giants are the subject of a complaint filed to UEFA by LaLiga.
LaLiga president Javier Tebas has spoken out frequently against the spending of PSG – and Manchester City – and the Spanish league is now ready to take their grievances to the courts of the European Union.
Neymar reportedly has no plans to leave Paris Saint-Germain and is happy at the French club
Much of his ire has come to the fore again after City sealed a £51million deal for Erling Haaland and Kylian Mbappe signed a new three-year deal worth a jaw-dropping £650,000 a week.
Earlier this month Tebas accused PSG of ‘destroying the ecosystem of European football’ in the wake of Mbappe’s bumper payout.
Neymar is a prime candidate to be sold if PSG do need to urgently balance their books, given his status within the game and his huge pay packet – which L’Equipe claims is £43million gross per season.
LaLiga boss Javier Tebas is convinced PSG and Man City are breaching financial fair play
Mbappe’s new £650,000-a-week deal is among the sources of ire for Tebas and LaLiga
PSG would prefer to keep Lionel Messi and Mbappe but Marca reports the Brazilian, who joined the French side from Barcelona in a world record £200million deal, has no plans to leave.
The Ligue 1 champions have also been linked with a move for Robert Lewandowski, who has confirmed he is departing Bayern Munich this summer.
Tebas has claimed PSG’s wage bill was around £515million before they gave Mbappe a new contract.
PSG are owned by Qatar Sports Investments, who are backed by the Qatari government, and are led by the club’s president, Nasser Al-Khelaifi.