Neymar and Messi demands exit after fight with Mbappe and teammates in PSG’s locker room
After the latest fight in the locker room, it was said that both Lionel Messi and Neymar want to leave Paris Saint-Germain. This would be another blow to the club. Neymar and Messi are two of the most important people on the team.
Sources say that Paris Saint-Germain is ready for the chance that both Neymar and Lionel Messi will leave the team if things get worse in the locker room.
On Saturday, Neymar got into a heated argument that broke out in the locker room. Reports say that Neymar was very upset with Vitinha and Hugo Ekitike after PSG’s most recent loss, which was a bad 3-1 loss to Monaco in Ligue 1. The result meant that PSG’s domestic form kept going down.
Not long before this happened, defender Presnel Kimpembe said that he “didn’t know” that Kylian Mbappe was made the club’s vice-captain at the start of the current season. Mbappe took the place of Kimpembe. In a public statement he sent after the most recent fight on Saturday, Mbappe asked for “harmony” among his teammates.
The most recent news about Neymar’s problems with two teammates came at a time when the Brazilian is allegedly in a long-running fight with an attacking teammate named Mbappe. The two stars got into a fight earlier this season over who should take penalties first in a Ligue 1 game.
Sergio Ramos, the former captain of Real Madrid, reportedly had to step in to stop the fight. First-team coach Christophe Galtier called a meeting where both players were reprimanded for their behaviour. Even so, it looks like the connection will be awkward, and only short-term steps will be taken to limit any possible harm.
Now, Foot Mercato says that both Messi and Neymar are thinking about leaving the Parc des Princes, which would be a huge surprise for the team. Messi’s two-year deal with the team is almost up, which means he can talk to other teams about the possibility of leaving as a free agent. Neymar’s deal is good until 2025.
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This week, Galtier’s team will play Bayern Munich in the Round of 16 of the Champions League. This match, which could be the most important game of the season, could make the team less stable. After a rough stretch in the domestic tournament, the club is looking for good news.
In the league, they lost to Monaco after losing at Lens and Rennes and drawing at home against Reims. They were kicked out of the Coupe de France by Marseille the week before last. Their play has gotten worse since the World Cup ended.
Mbappe didn’t want to sign a long-term deal with PSG because there were rumours that he was going to leave the team. When asked if he planned to play for another team in November, the France player said, “For now, another World Cup.” “I can’t tell you what will happen after that.” Even though he hasn’t said anything about his future yet, it seems like the locker room at Parc des Princes is not a happy and peaceful place.