The last two years of the transfer market have seen incredible action. Last year it was Lionel Messi at Paris Saint-Germain and Cristiano Ronaldo at Manchester United who changed the landscape of European football. This summer we have already seen and before turning around and returning to PSG. As the market continues to hold surprises, a new name enters the rumor mill, that of PSG superstar Neymar. Bound to take Parisians to new heights, they have long dominated France and largely inconsistent on a continental scale. He’s struggled with issues off the pitch, he’s struggled to stay healthy and consistent, and maybe it’s time for him to move on and relaunch his club career. Neymar is said to be embarrassed by recent comments from club president and CEO Nasser Al-Khelaifi seemingly opening the door to any player perceived to be uncommitted.
Here are three teams that make sense:
This one is all about the money and because Manchester United haven’t done anything in the transfer market. Do I think this will happen? Not at all. Would I like to see it? You bet. New boss Erik ten Hag would surely prefer a much more reasonable and younger Antony, whom he coached at Ajax. But you can’t ignore the appeal of having Neymar paired up front with Cristiano Ronaldo. The Glazer family knows a thing or two about bringing great talent together, having done so with their NFL franchise, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. They brought in Tom Brady, they reunited him with Rob Gronkowski, and the two were key to the Bucs winning the Super Bowl two seasons ago.
For Neymar, minutes wouldn’t be hard to come by in a team that really lacks depth. Jadon Sancho has yet to impress and only a handful of players have cemented their place. Let’s face it — Marcus Rashford did not become the superstar that some expected, and Anthony Elanga needs more development. Neymar would bring excitement, flair and a ton of talent, and if he doesn’t bring the injury bug with him, it could work.
Most top talent want to try out the Premier League, and this move could be hugely exciting for the Red Devils.
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It almost sounds like the most likely place, as crazy as it sounds to read aloud. But, they now have money following the Bruno Guimaraes and just beat AC Milan land the Dutch defender Sven Botman, could they convince Neymar to join a team that has huge aspirations and can sign him as the face of the club? Well, we’ve heard that one before., going from a club with the hope of avoiding relegation to one looking to fight with the big boys. After making some big moves like landing the Brazilian midfielder
But seriously, getting Neymar would add instant belief and credibility, much like it did for Manchester City when they landed. Robinho in 2008 to start their Abu Dhabi United The era of the group. Since then, they have won countless trophies in England and are Champions League contenders every season, although Robinho’s move itself has been a high-profile bust.
From a spectator’s perspective, can you imagine having Neymar and Newcastle running fun, tricky winger, Allan Saint-Maximinfighting on the ground for To display who has the most flair despite his teammates? The world is not ready for this.
Neymar is 30 years old but still has a lot to offer. He’ll fill the stands, he’s got a great touch of the ball that could thrive in the Premier League, and Neymar becoming the face of (another) new money club as they start battling it out with the big boys would be a sight. have.
Given this team’s big signing in attack since the Saudi takeover Chris Wood, you can do much worse than Neymar. Landing him surely wouldn’t make them top four contenders, but perhaps Europa League contenders, and it would add a bit of magic to a club wanting to get back to where they once were – among the English top flight.
With every player rumor at Barcelona, you have to wonder how they would succeed financially. And if they had a choice, they would try to bring Lionel Messi back first. But a Neymar return to Barca would definitely be something.
That’s almost certainly not happening as Barca focus on Robert Lewandowski, who wants to leave Bayern Munich, and Neymar has felt closer to Real Madrid than Barca in recent years. But it would breathe new life into a Barca attack that needs it after serious post-Lionel Messi struggles. They failed to win a trophy last season and were knocked out of the Champions League group stage.
Neymar’s best years were in Spain, producing two 30-goal seasons. He hasn’t had a 30-goal season at PSG and has only netted 30 goals in total in the last two seasons combined.
He played with the Barca coach xavierso there’s a ton of familiarity there, but unless they can convince PSG to let him join on loan, you can forget about this one.