Neymar keen to remain at PSG amidst Chelsea owner Todd Boehly’s continued interest in his services

Neymar keen to remain at PSG amidst Chelsea owner Todd Boehly’s continued interest in his services

Even as Chelsea owner Todd Boehly holds meetings for a potential Neymar swoop, the Brazilian is eager to remain at Paris Saint-Germain past the summer.

Neymar’s future at Paris Saint-Germain is in doubt, as Chelsea owner Todd Boehly recently visited France to discuss a potential trade.

Another turbulent year at the Parc des Princes, with Lionel Messi, the club’s best player, getting closer to departing at the conclusion of the year.

Moreover, Neymar and Kylian Mbappe appear to be at odds, and Messi has been obliged to step in. The international player from Brazil, who has a deal that runs until the summer of 2027, is having another successful campaign with 18 goals and 17 assists.

But amid his conflicts with Mbappe, there is a growing perception that PSG may try to move him on. Yet, according to a story in L’Equipe, he now intends to stay in the French capital for the foreseeable future.

He might complete the remainder of his contract because of his desire to help PSG win the Champions League. Those close to him are making sure that he always wanted to finish out his present deal because he is known to want to stay with PSG.

Given his strained relationship with Mbappe, a crucial teammate, and the club’s supporters, his willingness to stay seems quite remarkable.

As he plays the ball, he is constantly jeered, and banners against him are frequently spotted in the Parc des Princes. The fact that PSG has already held conversations regarding moving him to Chelsea comes as no surprise.

Le Parisien reports that Blues owner Bill Boehly traveled to Paris last week to speak with PSG president Nasser Al-Kelaifi about Neymar’s future before the French team’s Champions League loss to Bayern Munich.

One of the few teams that would be able to pay both his expected enormous asking price and his enormous wage demands is Chelsea. Nonetheless, it looks like he is prepared to decline a transfer in order to stay with his current team.

While Neymar is in a battle against time to be healthy for the second leg against Bayern, his future is unknown. He was carted off during the weekend victory over Lille, and manager Christophe Galtier acknowledged that injury might interfere with his preparations. 

Galtier responded when asked for an update on Neymar’s health, “This is not bad luck. Injuries can happen for a variety of reasons, including the schedule and game order. It is never arbitrary. In order to determine the extent of his sprain, he is being examined.”

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