Neymar calls transfer speculation 'annoying' after winning Ligue 1 award

Neymar calls transfer speculation 'annoying' after winning Ligue 1 award

Neymar calls transfer speculation 'annoying' after winning Ligue 1 award

Neymar stunned the football world previous year by quitting Barcelona to join PSG for a colossal £198 million.

Neymar a year ago got the attention of many with numerous fans sticking to their pen and papers to calculate the price at which Neymar was bought from Barcelona to PSG.

Neymar, who joined Paris Saint-Germain for a record fee of 222 million euros during the off-season, scored 19 goals, dished out 13 assists and pleased fans with his dazzling skill in his first season on French soil.

And despite the club's consistent efforts to brush off such talk, Neymar remained coy over his club future for next season, insisting to Le Parisien his sole focus was returning from injury ahead of Brazil's trip to the World Cup.

'Who says he can not stay here?

Neymar, however, is having none of it, telling Fox Sports: "Every window it is like this, there are a lot of things, I'm not in the moment to talk about anything". He had surgery in Brazil in March and has resumed light training and ball work as he bids to be ready for the World Cup, which starts next month in Russian Federation.


Neymar, 26, has been linked with a surprise PSG exit after just one season, despite being contracted until 2022.

"I think every important player wants to play at Real Madrid, they all want to come and play here, that's inevitable", he told a post-match news conference.

"I am 2000 percent sure he will stay", Al-Khelaifi said, rejecting talk of a transfer to Real Madrid. "It's a bit annoying", he said. PSG picked up four trophies this season, winning Ligue 1, Coupe de France, Coupe de League and the trophee de champion.

What nonsense! Together we won the World Cup. "The Spanish media have been talking since October".

PSG's attacking trio were all selected into Team of the Season, along with teammates Dani Alves, Marquinhos, Thiago Silva and Marco Verratti.

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