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Former Brazilian player and legend tells Neymar to leave PSG and join Premier League side

Neymar’s future is still up in the air, even though his contract has been extended. A great Brazilian personality is pushing for him to leave PSG.

Neymar Jr., Kylian Mbappé, and Marco Verratti were all able to get their contracts with Paris Saint-Germain extended. Even though his current contract is still good until June 2025, not much is known about the Brazilian’s future. As soon as Mbappé signed his contract with PSG in the summer of 2022, there were rumours that the former star of Barca would be leaving the team.

Neymar decided to stay with the team in the end, and because of that, he’s having one of his best seasons with Paris SG. The Brazilian is part of an attacking trio with Messi and Mbappé which is very aggressive. He has scored 15 goals and set up 13 others. Even though he is good with the capital club, nothing stops his future from being the most talked about thing. Rivaldo, who used to score for the Brazilian national team, wants Neymar to leave Paris.

Rivaldo makes the decision about where Neymar will play next

The former striker for FC Barcelona is excited for Neymar to play in the league, which he thinks is the best in the world. Rivaldo thinks it would be best for Neymar to sign with a Premier League team during the next summer transfer window. If the Brazilian striker left the club, Paris SG might be able to get some of the money they spent on him back. The winner of the Ballon d’Or in 1999 thinks that PSG will be convinced to sell their striker at the end of this season. After playing in La Liga and Ligue 1, Neymar could be persuaded to play in another important European competition if the chance comes up.

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Rivaldo says that Manchester City looks like the most appealing choice for Neymar to think about. If he joined Pep Guardiola’s team, they play in a way that “would give him a better chance of winning, and he would play on a more offensive team.” At this point, it is impossible to know what will happen to the Brazilian.



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