PSG's appeal over Neymar's three-match ban rejected by UEFA

El vestuario del Barça dice SÍ a Neymar

El vestuario del Barça dice SÍ a Neymar

They think it's the right time for him to go.

That's according to journalist Duncan Castles, who says Zidane has put emphasis on signing Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba instead of the Paris St-Germain superstar.

In Brazil, GOL reports Neymar's minders are now in Catalonia house-hunting for the Brazil captain.

UEFA has rejected an appeal by Paris Saint-Germain against Neymar's three-match Champions League ban in a case that can now go to the Court of Arbitration for Sport. "I think that remains hard for him", he said on The Transfer Window podcast.

"At present, basically it looks like his only real negotiating out is Barcelona". Barça payed more than 40 million euros in the summer and he did not ever look good enough to nail down a starting spot.

He added: "Although the president would like to do that deal, it would be so complicated in terms of going against Zidane's will". "I could see his work when he was at Napoli and I believe he's a great coach because he had an incredible season in my first year in Italy".

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PSG president Nasser Al Khelaifi appeared to target Neymar when he indicated that the club's highly-paid stars would have to shape-up or ship-out in an interview with France Football magazine.

"It must be completely different". They are not there to please themselves.

And with the hypothetical signing of the PSG winger this summer, Barcelona will be obliged to sell top quality players who have a large price tag.

The PSG chief's comments warning his star names that he will not accept "celebrity behaviour" could be construed as being directed at Neymar, while he also insisted that he didn't force the player to sign for the Parisians in the first place.

Daily Mail quoting Mundo Deportivo however reports that the attacker is favouring a move back to his former club Barcelona ahead of Real Madrid. Another factor in any potential exit for Neymar involves his relationship with team-mate Kylian Mbappe.

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