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PSG’s plan with Neymar and Manchester United: the definitive ‘win-win’ for Qatar

The sale of Manchester Utd It is running longer than expected. The Glazer family keep defoliating the daisy with the team Old Trafford. The North Americans seek to close the most expensive sale in the history of sports and want to push until the end to have the best offer. Qatarwho continues to be the highest bidder, is in no hurry and is already clear about what will be the first “signing” of the English or, rather, the first move: Neymar Jr.

the sheikh Jassim Bin Hamad Al Thanipresident of the Islamic Bank of Qatar, wants the Brazilian star to be the big star of United’s new project. He divorce of Neymar with Paris, Al-Khelaifi and the fans is more than evident, and a move between Qatari clubs would help all parties, that is, it would be a manual win-win for Neymar, PSG, United and Qatar.

In the French capital they have been wanting Neymar to leave the club for some time, something that has become almost impossible after the multimillion-dollar renovation two seasons ago. The striker has a contract until 2027 and charge some 40 million euros net per year. A figure that no one is willing to assume… except another team controlled by Qatar. The march of the ’10’ would suppose a great relief in the wage mass of the PSG and especially for the fair play financial. In Paris they are preparing a revolution after the hit of this season. Furthermore, it is known that Messi will not renew.

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The Brazilian had a good season with PSG: 18 goals in 29 gamesbut an ankle injury in February left him again K.O. for the rest of the season. In the World Cup in Qatar he was the best player in Brazil and that’s what they hold on to at United. The team of have hag They have taken a step forward this year, but are still two steps behind City. Something that Qatar does not intend to tolerate: Guardiola’s team is owned by Abu Dhabi.

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