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Neymar won't leave PSG on bad terms

Neymar comes clean about Real Madrid transfer rumors

January 21, 2019 By Oscar Rojas
The Brazilian ace stepped up to slam claims about a bad relationship with his bosses or the way he'd choose to eventually part ways with Les Parisiens.

Neymar seems to be tired of all the rumors linking him to an exit from PSG, but this time he decided to take matters into his own hands.

Much has been said about his desire to leave PSG and how he'd be willing to force his exit, but his words in an interview with Canal+ leave no doubt about his allegiance to Les Parisiens and how he would try to part ways with the team in good terms. That is, if he ever feels the need to do so.

"There has always been speculation surrounding my name. There has always been talk about me leaving for other clubs, but nothing really true. Whenever there's something certain, rest assured I will be the first one to speak about it. I will not let anybody down, I don't have a doubt in my mind,"Neymar said.

Neymar decided to step up and grant such an interview to clarify the many rumors that have come up in the last days, especially those linking him to drug abuse.

"There have been several things made up recently. They had the nerve of accusing me of using drugs during New Year's Eve. People think I go beyond all the limits and I admit I'm a bit crazy, but I'm not stupid. I'm a more mature human being, I can deal with almost all situations," Neymar added.

The Brazilian footballer seems to have understood the need to keep himself away from controversy, especially since his name keeps popping up on the tabloids for reasons both in and out of the pitch.

"If you're talking about me, it means that I'm in the elite. All news are going to be amplified, both on the negative and the positive side," Neymar concluded.

 

 


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