Spanish daily paper Sport have reported that the Brazilian has been demotivated by the absence of quality teams and matches in the French league and chose that, as opposed to making appearing against Angers for an easy win, he’d simply decided to remain at home rather and spare himself for Brazil’s up and coming friendlies, one of which is against England.
Before of the match, PSG manager Unai Emery said, “Neymar had a small blow to his muscle and didn’t feel well this morning. I spoke with the doctors and with him and we decided it’s best if he stays in Paris.”
In any case, yesterday, Neymar joined the Brazil squad, which appears to negate Emery’s words about the previous Barcelona forward having a little hit to his muscle and furthermore feeling unwell.
Neymar had joined the national team for the training session and even looked in top form during the first session as opposed to someone who’s injured and has been said to have a muscle injury.
Presently, Sport has announced that Neymar was just searching for a reason not to play against Angers.
“The Brazilian’s been surprised by the low quality of the rivals and the low attendances in the stadiums. For that reason, he decided to rest before the Seleçao’s games and to not travel to the Stade Raymond Kopa (Angers) where PSG played in front of 12,381 fans. A number which has nothing to do with what he was, exceptions aside, used to in Spain.”
The world’s most costly player has pursued a considerable measure of contention since swapping Catalonia for the French capital in the summer window, most detectably through his on-field quarrel with Edinson Cavani which raised over the Uruguayan’s refusal to surrender the penalty-taking duties to the Brazilian forward.
If this most recent story ends up being valid and Neymar is as of now tired of France, how much longer will he need to stay in Ligue 1?