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Neither Barca nor Madrid: Neymar's surprising decision on his future

Pin Neymar looks set to stay at PSG despite wanting to leave last summer. AFP
Neymar looks set to stay at PSG despite wanting to leave last summer. AFP

Neither Barca nor Madrid: Neymar's surprising decision on his future

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Neymar's future is always in football headlines. And now, 'ESPN' say that the Brazilian's desire, which was to return to Barca last summer, is now to renew at PSF. But under one condition.

According to information published by 'ESPN', Neymar is interested in renewing at Paris Saint Germain. In other words, his desire is to do the complete opposite of what he did last summer. 

Rumours on the '10's future were around for days. In the summer transfer window, the ex-Barca man ended up becoming very close to returning to the Camp Nou, but then things stalled and any chance of a move was off. 

Even Real Madrid had their chance according to reports which said he was on his way to the Bernabeu. In the end, PSG fans gradually accepted he was staying on and the Brazilian seems more integrated than ever before. 

So much so that the cited media outlet says that he wants to stay at the Parc des Princes. And he is not only not thinking of leaving, but he is also willing to renew his contract with the club presided by Al-Khelaifi. 

It seems like the attacker will put his impulsive character to one side and focus on the team and stability within it. But the Brazilian will only do this under one condition. That is dependent on PSG's performance in the Champions League. 

'ESPN' says the coming months will be key to Neymar's decision. He would be persuaded to renew if the French side do well in the Champions League and finally get close to winning it. 

Neymar has played 15 matches for the Parisian outfit this season. 1276 minutes, 13 goals and seven assists prove that he is still a very good player. 

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