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Neymar admits his happiest season at PSG

Neymar admits his happiest season at PSG


Neymar admits his happiest season at PSG

Neymar says the current season was his happiest at PSG, amid speculation about his future. The 29-year-old striker is yet to sign a new contract with Paris Saint-Germain, and their current agreement expires next summer. He has been linked with a move, including a return to his former Barcelona club, he left for PSG in 2017 in a world record £ 200 deal.

Neymar said, “PSG has really improved this year and we have worked hard to keep improving. I feel very good, very happy. I am most happy this season. We really want to win the Champions League.”

Paris Saint-Germain will host Manchester City on Wednesday in the first leg of the Champions League semi-finals. The French Giants currently sits second in Ligue 1, one point behind leaders Lille as they chase their fourth consecutive title.

The Brazilian has scored six goals in seven games in this year’s competition and 14 goals in 24 games in all competitions, overall he has scored 84 goals in 109 matches for PSG. Neymar has recently announced that he will soon arrive in Fortnite Game.

Pochettino quoted, “I let him do what he had to do. It’s not like a little kid. You have to take care of all the players. Nothing Important. He and all the players are the same. “

Against City, Neymar will form a formidable front line with French striker Kylian Mapppe, who has scored 33 goals in 38 matches this season, including two against champions Bayern Munich in the quarter-finals.

City manager Pep Guardiola said, “I try to sleep well last night and I slept when I didn’t think about their players. He is an incredible, top player. We will try to stop them. We will train together, we will play good football, we will defend well as a team and we will try to score goals. ”

Neymar won their only Champions League title in Barcelona in 2015, with the best result since last season, when PSG lost to Bayern in the final. Barcelona did not reach the final from the striker’s left.

“I’m pretty sure that if he had stayed in Barcelona, ​​the club would have won two or three more leagues with Neymar, [Lionel] Messi, [Luis] Suarez – the best three I’ve seen,” said Guardiola.

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