Surprise Reason Why Neymar Does Not Want to Leave PSG Emerges

Surprise Reason Why Neymar Does Not Want to Leave PSG Emerges

  • Neymar is reportedly keen to win the Champions League with Paris Saint-Germain before he can quit the club
  • According to his former agent, Wagner Ribeiro, the former Barcelona superstar has a dream of helping PSG conquer Europe
  • The French giants are yet to taste European glory in their history, with 2020 the closest they came to winning the competition when they reached the final

Paris Saint-Germain ace Neymar has reportedly turned down a chance to leave the French club.

The Brazilian forward continues to generate speculation about his future with the French giants, with reports linking him with a potential exit.

Neymar, UEFA Champions League, Estadio do Sport Lisboa. Photo by Matt Childs.
Neymar looks dejected following PSG's defeat in the UEFA Champions League Final match against Bayern Munich at Estadio do Sport Lisboa. Photo by Matt Childs.
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According to Goal, PSG chiefs are willing to listen to offers for the former Barcelona star for who they forked out £200m to snap him from Camp Nou in 2017.

However, offloading the Brazil international will not be cheap for interested suitors as the forward is tied to a long-term contract at Parc des Princes until 2025.

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Neymar wants to win the Champions League at PSG

Wagner Ribeiro, a former football agent of the Brazilian star has now claimed that Neymar is unwilling to leave PSG until he wins the Champions League with the club.

“Neymar has a dream: to be champion of the Champions League with PSG," Wagner told Goal.
“Despite all the rumours regarding a possible exit, he is very motivated and will not stop until he achieves it," he added.

While PSG have continued to strengthen over the years, they have often fallen short in their pursuit to conquer Europe.

The closest the French giants have come to winning the European competition was in 2020 when they narrowly lost in the final against Bayern Munich.

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Earlier, Sports Brief reported Chelsea came close to signing Paris Saint-Germain ace, Kylian Mbappe, while he was aged just 14.

At the time, Mbappe trialled with the Blues but was unable to seal a permanent move as the EPL side wanted him to have a second trial.

The Frenchman went on to join AS Monaco where he shot to stardom before he later moved to PSG.