PSG put Neymar on the transfer market: the reason Guardiola turned him down for Manchester City | League 1 | Premier League | FOOTBALL-INTERNATIONAL

Neymar da Silva Santos Júnior He has been one of the great protagonists in the summer transfer market which just closed in the last few hours. Although he has not changed teams and will continue playing with the colors of the Paris Saint Germain, sounded like a possible low at the start of the passing window. And it is that the intention of the leaders of the French champion was to get rid of him at all costs and they came to offer him to the Manchester City. However, in the frame Premier League they did not take long to reject it at the express request of Joseph Guardiola

As revealed this Friday by the English media such as The Sun and Daily Mail, the catalan coach ruled out Neymar from Manchester City's plans, due to his harmfulness to the dressing room. The fame of conflict is something that the Brazilian has carried with him in recent months.

The former coach of Barcelona and Bayern Munich considered that the arrival of Neymar had no place in his plans after a large-scale signing like Erling Haaland. In addition, he did not want to create possible effects on the dressing room and the operation of the English team.

As the aforementioned sources point out, it was precisely the 'toxicity' of Neymar in the dressing room of PSG the reason why the high command of the club decided to put him in the showcase. Things with the Brazilian were not going well, especially for Kylian Mbappé, the institution's untouchable star.

As it has transpired, the relationship between the South American striker and PSG's '7' would now be non-existent after Bondy's asked for the Paulista's departure in the transfer market that has just closed.

What are Neymar's numbers in 2022-23?

Neymar is signing the best start to the season in his career. In the five dates of Ligue 1 2022-23, the Brazilian forward has already scored eight goals and six assists, numbers that make him one of the most influential players in the French champion.

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