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PSG president '2,000 per cent' certain Neymar will stay put at French club

Brazil international heavily linked with possible move to Real Madrid this summer

Paris Saint-Germain forward Neymar left Barcelona to join the French club last year. Franck Fife / AFP
Paris Saint-Germain forward NeymarΒ left Barcelona to join the French club last year. Franck Fife / AFP

Paris Saint-Germain president Nasser Al Khelaifi is "2,000 per cent" sure that Neymar will still be with the Ligue 1 champions next season.

The Brazil international has been heavily linked in the media with a possible move to Real Madrid this summer, just a year after leaving their bitter rivals Barcelona for France in a world-record transfer.

However, Al Khelaifi is confident the 26-year-old striker will be a Parc des Princes fixture for the foreseeable future.

Asked whether Neymar will be at PSG next season, Al Khelaifi said in quotes reported by Le Parisien: "For me, for Neymar, I am 2,000 per cent sure he will stay.


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"He wants to stay here, he has a contract.

"The Spanish media have been talking since October. He is not happy, this, that...All that is wrong. I don't respond to rumours.

"I'm sure he'll stay, he's a Paris Saint-Germain player."

Neymar joined PSG in a £200.8 million (then Dh960m) transfer last August and scored 28 goals in all competitions before suffering a broken metatarsal in February which has kept him sidelined since.

Updated: May 13, 2018 12:29 PM



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