Neymar is a Brazilian football star who has been playing for PSG for the past two years.
La Liga president Javier Tebas believes the ex Barcelona star will retire at PSG.
Tebas is of the opinion that Neymar can only leave PSG if he lowers his weekly salary.
Spanish La Liga president Javier Tebas has explained that Brazilian star Neymar may be forced to spend the rest of his football career at PSG unless he lowers his weekly income.
Neymar was reported to be desperate to leave Paris-Saint-Germain before the transfer window closed with many reports linking him with a return to Barcelona or Real Madrid.
But these two Spanish giants were unable to come up with a deal that could convince PSG chiefs to sell which means Neymar will stay in Paris at least until January 2020.
Javier Tebas has now explained that the money involved in Neymar’s transfer from Barcelona to PSG was big for any club to think of luring him away from Paris.
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”The problem of not coming back now [to Barcelona] has to do with his own departure to PSG. It was an off-market transfer, it was only possible to happen with ‘traps’ to increase sponsorship.”
”When you do it out of the market, it is impossible to sell again at this price. In view of the market, Neymar will retire at PSG unless he lowers his salary and also his PSG claims,” Tebas explained according to Daily Mail.”
Meanwhile, Neymar is currently earning £32m a year at Paris-Saint-Germain and his current deal will expire in 2022.
Earlier, Our Agency had reported how Brazilian football legend Rivaldo urged his fellow countryman Neymar to leave Paris-Saint-Germain this summer and also end his partying days.
Neymar’s future at Paris-Saint-Germain is currently not certain with reports claiming that he could leave the club when the January transfer window opens.