PSG: another English club is interested in Neymar


Chelsea is not alone in the Neymar case. Tottenham could also take action to recruit the Brazilian from Paris Saint-Germain in the coming months.

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According to the information he obtained TdFChelsea are not the only Premier League team aware of Neymar’s situation. Spurs are also reported to be closely following the Brazil international’s case. Antonio Conte was known for being very demanding with employers, and he would continue to demand reinforcements to improve his workforce. And Harry Kane’s likely departure, next summer, will lead to considerations of alternatives. The England international will already appear on the shelves of Bayern Munich, who would have asked him not to extend his contract. The attacker can therefore take advantage of the exit voucher and join Bavaria by transferring.

Paris Saint-Germain ready to let him escape for 100 million euros?

To make up for his departure, the Italian coach can review his organization. The technician remarkably managed to make way for Neymar, whose profile seems to please him. The media understand that Paris Saint-Germain may part with the Brazilian in the event of an offer of around 100 million euros. An amount that can be partially compensated by the transfer of Harry Kane. In addition to taking charge of his bonuses, the big question will be related to the player’s ability to adapt to the demands of Antonio Conte. The Italian expects his players to work hard in training, but the Parisian has sometimes been associated with a questionable lifestyle.

Paris Saint-Germain paid 222 million euros to secure Neymar’s services in 2017. The player has since participated in 152 matches, under the Parisian shirt, with a total of 109 goals and 67 assists. Mogedas Cruzes is in particularly good shape at the start of the season: the striker managed to score 9 times and provide 7 assists in 8 matches, in all competitions. His contract runs until June 2025, with an option to extend it until 2027.

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