Will Neymar Leave PSG? Here Is His Answer.
PSG must part with a number of players. Neymar is one of them, because of his very high salary of about 50 million gross per season according to L’Equipe, but the Brazilian has already reminded everyone connected with the Parisian club who has approached him that he has no intention of leaving the French capital.
The only thing that is clear to PSG at the moment is that Kylian Mbappé has signed his contract renewal until 2025. And well, and also, that Luis Campos has become the sports advisor of the Parisian club. From here, it is only unknowns and the certainty that UEFA has asked for explanations on their financial balance sheet, which shows a loss of 224 million euros.
The first consequence of all this is the need for the Qatari club to begin to slim down its workforce, which according to Tebas has a payroll of more than 600 million euros, in the absence of the percentage and the significant increase in the new contract of Mbappé. The undertaking does not seem simple because there are two players who benefit greatly from this percentage of the club’s budget reserved for salaries.
At the top of this ranking is Neymar, who has already told the club’s director that he has no intention of moving, that his place is at PSG and that nothing would make him change his mind. Next to him is Messi, less well suited to Paris, but with a one-year contract with a salary very similar to that of the Brazilian and who for the moment does not seem to want to give up.
The PSG dressing room, in any case, will change for next season. Previously, the leadership was better distributed and coexistence, within the differences that could appear on a daily basis, was acceptable thanks in particular to the right hand of Mauricio Pochettino.
Now everything is different, the club has given itself to Mbappé and many players are not happy with everything that happens, starting with the presentation of the renewal a few minutes before a game. To make matters worse, Al Khelaifi’s constant allusions to the Frenchman’s footballing qualities and his status as the best player in the world were not appreciated by many.