The Premier League could be Neymar’s last hope

This summer is set to be a game-changer for PSG as they begin trying to restructure the club and their approach to trying to become the best team in the world.

Mauricio Pochettino is set to leave the club at the end of the season after failing to meet expectations, and the Paris club’s sporting director Leonardo could also receive his orders to march but is doing his job normally for the time being, according to the British newspaper, The Guardian. Goal.

A difficult decision that PSG will have to make outside of these two decisions, is the future of signing world record holder Neymar. The winger’s time in Paris has not gone smoothly since he joined the club from Barcelona in 2017 and could clear the way for the club to renew Kylian Mbappe’s contract.

Can Neymar make way for Mbappe?

to me TodovichagesLeonardo has already made it clear to the player that he must look for a new destination but the problem is that there are not many clubs that can afford the Brazilian.

Man United have already tested the signing of the Paris Saint-Germain star in the past but have finally ruled it out, and the report suggests that teams such as Aston Villa, West Ham or Newcastle might consider signing the 30-year-old.

If any of these clubs sign the Brazilian star, the winger will have to cut his salary drastically, because only Newcastle can afford it.

Although they have failed to secure his signature in the past, this is a move that Man United has written all over. Neymar is a fantastic and very marketable superstar, which the Glazers will love, and the 30-year-old is in great shape at the moment, which United hope they can keep up next season.

It will most likely depend on whether or not Ronaldo leaves in the summer, and that will be the result of Manchester FC not entering the Champions League, which Neymar may not want either.

If this Brazilian player does not bother, Newcastle may come to the fore. The former Barcelona player will have a statement signing for Newcastle and will show the rest of the league that they are ready to compete and have arrived.