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More Reports Of The Problems Neymar Is Causing In PSG's Dressing Room

Gavin Cooney
By Gavin Cooney
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Following his absurd move from Barcelona to PSG, Neymar has cleaved the football world in two. It is difficult to be ambivalent about the Brazilian, and has become one of those players you either love or hate. Perhaps they will change the name on his shirt to Neymarmite. (You're fired - Ed).

He has been causing a few ructions in the PSG dressing room since he landed, with controversy blowing up within weeks between he and Edison Cavani over who should take a penalty. That manager Unai Emery told the players to sort it out among the themselves didn't augur well on his abilities to manage the towering personalities.


Ever since, the dressing room remains a difficult place, with stories linking Neymar with an early escape to Real Madrid increasing in volume of late.

Portuguese newspaper O Jogo are carrying a few lines from a new book about PSG, written by L'Equipe journalists claiming that Neymar and fellow new signing Dani Alves have appointed themselves the "bosses" of the dressing room, with a number of the more established members of the squad seething at their disrespect toward Emery.

Neymar and Dani Alves like to behave like the bosses of the club and are disrespecting those who came to PSG before them. The relations between the squad are cordial, but far from the friendly.

The book also reports that Emery's relationship with captain Thiago Silva and the club's owners is cold, meaning that we are unlikely to see him hanging around for next season.

[O Jogo]


See Also: Ryan Giggs Unloads On Man United's Transfer Strategy


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