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Paris Saint-Germain Dressing Room Hilariously Teased Neymar When He Announced He Was Staying At The Club

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Paris Saint-Germain Dressing Room Hilariously Teased Neymar When He Announced He Was Staying At The Club

Paris Saint-Germain dressing room hilariously teased Neymar when he announced he was staying at the club by saying "se queda" to him.

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The Spanish phrase refers to Gerard Pique's Instagram post of Neymar. The Barcelona defender uploaded a picture of himself and Neymar accompanied with the words "Se queda" - translated as "He stays" - back in July 2017, only for the Brazilian to complete a world record transfer to PSG.

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Neymar had been linked with a stunning return to Barcelona, but they failed to agree terms with PSG.

And when the star forward confirmed he was staying put in Paris, his teammates trolled him by saying "se queda" multiple times to him, according to RMC Sport.

Barcelona and Real Madrid have courted Neymar all summer but to no avail. His inability to secure a move back to Spain comes as a relief to his PSG teammates.

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An anonymous PSG player said: "It was a relief. It's important for the project and above all prevents us from strengthening Barça. Better to play with a Neymar who's a bit sad, than against a Neymar in top form."

So, Thomas Tuchel has not only kept Neymar at PSG but also reinforced his attack with the signing of Mauro Icardi, who joins on an initial season-long loan with the French giants having the option to make the transfer permanent in the summer for €70 million.

The German boss now boasts one of the most lethal attacking options in world football in Neymar, Icardi, Kylian Mbappe and Edinson Cavani.

Topics: Football News, Mbappe, Paris Saint-Germain, Football, Barcelona, Neymar, Real Madrid

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