Barcelona Fan’s Neymar Thread Shows Exactly Why Barca Should Snub The PSG Superstar
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Barcelona Fan’s Neymar Thread Shows Exactly Why Barca Should Snub The PSG Superstar

A hardcore Barcelona fan has put forward a comprehensive argument for the Spanish champions not to re-sign Neymar this summer.

The Paris Saint-Germain superstar, 27, has been linked with an exit from the French champions after growing unrest over his future.

And Neymar has been linked with a stunning return to Barcelona or even a sensational move to Real Madrid.

However, one Barcelona fan has taken to Twitter to explain why the Spanish club should not bring the Brazilian winger back to the Camp Nou.

Neymar was left out of PSG’s 3-0 win in their opening league clash with Nimes on Sunday.

But the Brazil international was targeted by the PSG ultras as they chanted “son of a b***h” and had a banner that told Neymar to “f**k off.”

PSG boss Thomas Tuchel said he could understand why the ex-Barcelona ace received significant backlash from fans.

“It’s tricky. I don’t know what to say. I saw it on my colleagues’ smartphones because I did not hear them [the chants] during the match,” he said after PSG’s victory over Nimes.

“Can I understand it? Yes and no. He’s still our player, my player, and I protect all my players.

“He’s in my dressing room. I can understand that not everyone has liked what he has said and done.”

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Adnan Riaz

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