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Neymar Wants Out Of PSG Already, Because He Misses His Barca Mates

Michael McCarthy
By Michael McCarthy
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366 days ago, Barcelona completed one of the greatest comebacks in the history of football. 4-0 down after the first leg to PSG, they then conceded the dreaded away goal, meaning a 6-1 win was needed to qualify. Somehow, someway, it was so.

The man at at the centre of this comeback was the performance of Neymar. His free kick in the 89th minute, was followed by a sumptuous ball to Sergi Roberto in the 95th minute to complete the miracle and send Paris St-Germain out of the competition.

A couple of months later, Neymar was our of Barcelona and off to Paris. The difference between the two teams last March was convinced he could be the difference between PSG being the nearly men and the kings of world football.

That hasn't quite happened.


While Neymar was concerned with winning his Ballon D'Or, the rest us were concerned about a massive step down for the Brazil star. Less than a season later, the obvious truth has finally dawned on him.

Mundo Deportivo are reporting that Neymar wants out of PSG and is looking to get back to Barcelona, and even told the club before their defeat to Real Madrid in the Champions League.


The Spanish paper claim the 26-year-old misses his former teammates, and has admitted he was stubborn about coming out of Leo Messi's shadow. Hilariously, he was also surprised at how inferior the standard of the French league was, compared to La Liga.

Having had an operation on his foot last month, and with Ligue 1 unsurprisingly already wrapped up, and the World Cup being the player's priority, there isn't much incentive for him to rush back, there is a very good chance he has already played his last game for PSG.

It's unclear though if Barcelona will be willing to buy the player back so soon after he forced a move away from the club. PSG are likely to attempt to make a profit on their €200 million investment.


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