PSG Have Their Suspicions Neymar Could Be About To Leave

Reports in Spain suggest PSG are now 'suspicious' of Neymar wanting to leave France

Paris Saint-Germain are growing increasingly suspicious of prized asset Neymar orchestrating a move in the summer transfer window, according to reports in Spain.

Talk has mounted in recent weeks regarding the future of the world’s most expensive footballer.

Neymar’s move to Ligue 1 last summer stood as the most high profile of all time, though could now set to be eclipsed by an incredible return to Spain.

Reports in Marca on Friday morning suggest PSG are now anxious about losing their star man, with Real Madrid believed to be waiting in the wings.

‘PSG are suspicious of Neymar’ stated the headline of the publication, with ‘Madrid pending on events.’

The Brazilian is still out of action after breaking a bone in his foot against Marseille back in February.

Whether Neymar will be able to join up with Brazil and feature in the summer World Cup in Russia still remains in the balance, though this hasn’t stopped PSG worrying about the future of the 26-year-old.

Manager Unai Emery recently admitted he did not know when Neymar would be able to return to his side, suggesting it was largely down to the player.

‘It all depends on how he (Neymar) feels there,’ Emery said following PSG’s 3-1 over Caen on Wednesday to reach the Coupe de France final.

‘And when he’s ready to start the exams, he’ll come back. When? I don’t know, I don’t know. When he’s well.’

Should the skillful forward eventually end up at Madrid, he would follow in the footsteps of decorated Brazil legend Ronaldo.


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