Barcelona legend Dani Alves has some words of wisdom for Neymar.
Paris Saint-Germain forward Neymar has been the subject of attention in the last couple of months as questions continue to arise regarding his future at France. In spite of being one of the world’s best paid players and a talisman in the Parc des Princes, the Brazil international isn’t happy and feels like a return to Barcelona or switch to Real Madrid would be ideal.
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Barcelona have been desperate to land the winger but lack the funds to do so. Moreover, with the board having Lautaro Martinez as their primary objective and Lionel Messi’s contract renewal another important target, it looks like they’ll make Neymar wait. Additionally, their legal feud with the former Santos man has made the transfer distant.
Real Madrid on the other hand have decided against signing any expensive players for the summer due to the coronavirus pandemic and the financial negativities it brought along. Having said that, they were always second customers for Neymar as Barca was always his preferred choice and even the Merengues have prioritized more on Kylian Mbappe.
Alves’ comments make no sense at least right now.
El Desmarque now reports that the Catalans’ legendary man in Dani Alves has fired a warning to his compatriot and asks him to choose wisely between the two La Liga giants. Dani Alves said that Neymar would have the time of his life and would be a happy man at the Camp Nou, whereas the Spanish capital outfit would only entice him money.
Alves is a Barcelona legend and knows the club through and through, but him suggesting that Neymar will be better off at a downtrodden Barca side is a bit absurd and more so if one looks at the timing of his comments. The Catalans are not even being able to keep their greatest ever player happy, let alone a money mongering star like Neymar.
What do you make of the former right-back’s comments right now?