Neymar won’t play in next PSG game/uncertain if he will travel to Asia – MD

Neymar linked to Barca

Neymar has spent the past two seasons honing his craft in France with PSG.

However, the Brazilian hasn’t enjoyed the best of luck since leaving FC Barcelona.

Neymar has suffered several injuries while playing for PSG, including his latest, a ruptured ankle ligament.

Neymar also had a foot injury, which kept him out between January and April of this year.

After two seasons with PSG, it is being reported that Neymar wants to leave the club, and that Barcelona are hoping to re-sign him.

PARIS, FRANCE – OCTOBER 24: Neymar of Paris Saint-Germain during the Group C match of the UEFA Champions League between Paris Saint-Germain and SSC Napoli at Parc des Princes on October 24, 2018 in Paris, France. (Photo by Justin Setterfield/Getty Images)

Neymar’s 6-1 comment

Neymar has also probably annoyed quite a few people inside PSG recently.

In a recent interview, the forward was asked what his favourite football memory was.

Neymar chose Barcelona’s 6-1 comeback vs PSG in the Champions League:

“What we felt when we scored the sixth goal… I never felt something like this, it was incredible!”

While that probably wasn’t the best thing to say when you’re playing for PSG now, Neymar’s dad has since jumped to his son’s defence.

PSG have also publicly hit out at Neymar for missing training.

Now, Mundo Deportivo are reporting that Neymar and PSG have been in a three-hour meeting on Monday.

The meeting between Neymar and PSG is said to have been ‘icy’.

MD also reported that Neymar will not take part in PSG’s upcoming friendly, and it remains to be seen if he will fly to Asia for the club’s pre-season tour.

Related: Neymar confirms intention to return to PSG to ‘train normally’

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