Neymar The Subject Of Abuse From Paris Saint-Germain Ultras Amid Real Madrid And Barcelona Speculation
Paris Saint-Germain ultras made their feelings known about wantaway star Neymar who continues to be linked with a mega summer transfer.
The Brazilian was the subject of horrific abuse from PSG fans who unfurled banners with some clear messages prior to the club's league game against Nimes on Sunday.
"Neymar f*** off," one banner read while supporters were chanting "son of a b***h" amid intense speculation regarding his future.
The 27-year-old has been courted by Barcelona and Real Madrid this summer with reports claiming a return to Spain is on the cards.
:camera_with_flash: ' PSG's ultras are not best pleased with Neymar - a selection of tonight's banners:- FCB info (@FCBINFO24) August 11, 2019
"Neymar, p*** off."
"Neymar - getting f***** by a prostitute doesn't only happen at a remontada - remember?" pic.twitter.com/ohgGYNnynU
PSG fans (just found out they existed) are anti-Neymar now.- Barcelona Worldwide (@BarcaWorldwide) August 12, 2019
The ultras have taken it a step further by shouting Spanish comments like 'Neymar hijo de p*ta'. What a bunch of trollspic.twitter.com/5RY9Hs4DJD
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The pair of Spanish giants have until September 2 to sign Neymar, whose been pushing for a move away from Paris all window.
They remain in the market for new talent despite already shelling out an enormous amount of cash this transfer window. Barcelona have signed Antoine Griezmann for £107 million while Real Madrid have snapped up Eden Hazard in a transfer worth up £100 million.
Kylian Mbappe, who scored in PSG's 3-0 victory, was asked about his teammate's future and he admitted that they won't be the same without Neymar.
"It depends, we will try," the French striker said when asked if PSG can improve this season.
"But we will not lie; we must also see what will happen with Neymar.
"It's not the same team without Neymar as it is with him. But we will try to do it for the fans," he added.
Will Neymar return to Spain? Watch this space.
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