Neymar has been linked with Manchester United this summer, according to French outlet L’Equipe and ESPN’s Mark Ogden’s reporting. But Mark Ogden has refuted any claim by United that they are actively looking at signing him as part of a potential transfer deal.
Due to FFP concerns and his high wages, Manchester United will find it hard to sign the world’s most expensive player, creating tension within their dressing room as well.
PSG’s financial situation
Neymar’s future remains in doubt with Qatari-owned Ligue 1 leaders having been fined heavily for breaching UEFA Financial Fair Play rules and his repeated ankle injuries having not helped. United believe having Neymar as part of their ranks would only serve them in good stead.
United’s wage bill could quickly spiral if they end up with new Qatari owners; therefore, United should resist signing Neymar even if convinced he will provide an essential piece in their title challenge and Champions League progress.
Chelsea and Newcastle may also be keen to tempt Neymar away from PSG, although their lack of Champions League football means they will struggle against Manchester United for his signature. Therefore, Premier League hierarchy will need to explore alternative avenues.
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Neymar may never again match his early 20s dribbling and acceleration, but his talent remains intact. He can run, defend, battle for possession and think strategically for his team.
However, he needs to eliminate his penchant for play-acting and diving; it was an issue during the World Cup when fans often jeered at him, prompting boos, while spending much of Round Two writhing in pain from tackles made without due care or caution.
PSG cannot tolerate such behavior following recent poor results in both Ligue 1 and Coupe de France, and it is evident that its hierarchy are discontent with him. He may be given the chance to leave this summer; although any club may struggle to meet his massive wages. His current deal runs until 2025 – for that to occur Barcelona would likely need to sell players like Philippe Coutinho, Ivan Rakitic and Rafinha before making their bid for him.
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Neymar’s future at Paris Saint-Germain remains unclear and his attitude has caused disquiet among supporters of the club. While PSG have no intention of forcing out their Brazilian star, they would listen to offers that help balance their books.
Parisians fans have taken to criticising them for failing to perform in Europe, so they may decide it’s time to end Neymar’s reign at their club. Unfortunately for United, signing him would be an extremely costly gamble that they cannot afford to make.
Neymar is a world-class player but comes with some baggage, making him unsuitable for Erik ten Hag’s plans at Old Trafford. United must focus on winning the Premier League title, so adding Neymar would only serve to distract from their goals of glory; additionally, doing so would necessitate giving up defensive midfielder Casmemiro as well.
Neymar would likely join United this summer if PSG remain under Qatari ownership, yet ESPN reports that current club owners haven’t initiated negotiations with him.
Red Devils FC is currently one point from qualifying for Champions League next season and in the FA Cup final. Although Erik ten Hag has made an impressive start, his side could use some additional reinforcements this summer.
And to acquire one of the world’s most expensive players, Manchester United would require substantial funds – which poses an issue given they’ve already agreed to sell some players including Phil Jones and Axel Tuanzebe. As they seek to balance their books and reduce debt, this trend will likely continue as Manchester United strives to balance its books while increasing the pressure on Glazer family to eventually sell the club off.
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