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"Neymar kicked out of PSG by management

Despite winning Coppa America, Psg doesn't need him.
Neymar Jnr lockout of PSG. Photo|skysports

Neymar is no more needed in the PSG squad as explained by the club management. Latest reports claim that club management has given up despite winning the Coppa America cup with his national team Brazil.

PSG sporting director Leonardo has said Neymar is allowed to leave the club but says there have been no offers despite "superficial" talks with Barcelona.

Neymar's future at PSG has been in doubt this summer amid reports he wants to return to his former side Barcelona, while Real Madrid has also been linked.

But Leonardo has now revealed that the French champions are willing to let him leave if a club matches their asking price.

"Neymar can leave PSG if there is an offer that suits everyone," Leonardo told Le Parisien. "But to date, we do not know if anyone wants to buy him or at what price. All this is not done in a day, that's for sure.

"It's clear to every one [that Neymar wants to leave], but in football, you say one thing today and tomorrow another. It's amazing but it's like that.

"We talked with his entourage too. Everyone knows everything. The position is clear for all participants. But one thing is concrete today: he still has three years of contract with us and since we have not received an offer, we cannot discuss anything."

He added: "PSG wants to rely on players who want to stay and build something big. We do not need players who would do a favour for the club by staying here."

Although Leonardo confirmed informal talks with Barcelona about a potential deal, he said no offer has been made for the 27-year-old.

"We have not received any offers. But we had, it's true, very superficial contacts [with Barcelona]. They said they wanted to buy but we were not sellers."

According to Neymar PSG has been a good club despite the fact that he has not been given the first preference like other strikers. He said that the only and best club to play is Barcelona or Real Madrid, Spain.


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