Neymar, departure validated!

While PSG is working to find a way out for Neymar, Emmanuel Petit believes that a departure from the Brazilian would be good for both parties.

At the end of the contract, Lionel Messi may not be the only PSG star to leave the capital. If Marco Verratti or even Sergio Ramos, on the condition of a drastic drop in salary, should be kept, Neymar is no longer in the plans of the capital club and the champions of France are actively working on his departure. And this time, the Parisian leaders are barely hiding it.

Above all, when he was previously determined to continue the adventure in Paris, the Brazilian would be much more open to a departure. Consequence in particular of the demonstration of the Parisian ultras in front of his home. A landmark episode that sealed the divorce between the two parties. And for Emmanuel Petit, it is now inconceivable to see the former Barcelonan stay in Paris, a departure that seems essential to him, for the club as for the player.

For the good of both parties, the story must end now.

“I have always defended him and even more for a few weeks especially with the wild horde who showed up at his home insulting him and his family and asking him to get out. We’re dragging him through the mud when he’s been taking it in the face for two years now”commented the former world champion at the microphone of RMC, adding: “But I say it again, Neymar, go away! Do like Messi, go away. Don’t stay here in France and Paris. »

“The accumulation of things that happened on and off the pitch, it went extremely far in the aggressiveness and the things that were said about him. I am in Neymar’s place but I never stay in this club, he added. And I am convinced that Neymar no longer wants to stay here. And I think that would be a good thing for PSG because when a divorce is recorded, there is no need to try to find an amendment to the divorce. For the good of both parties, the story must end now. »

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