Barcelona will not give up on Neymar says Javier Bordas

Barcelona will not give up on Neymar says Javier Bordas

Barcelona will not give up on Neymar says Javier Bordas

"But hey, it didn't happen".

Messi has confirmed that Barcelona were interested in Neymar - but is not happy they failed.

Barcelona president Josep Maria Bartomeu is already working on Messi's next new deal, which could be his last with the club - he will turn 33 next summer and will be 34 when his current terms expire in 2022, the year of the next World Cup in Qatar. I didn't have much information about how the negotiations were going to say if Barcelona did everything possible.

I don't know what happened with the board. I know what he talked to Ney, what he told me about how things were going.

Real Madrid want a French star - is it Mbappe or Pogba? He said: "I hope his career will be just as awesome at Anderlecht as it was at City". But I also don't want to have a long-term contract and only be here because of it. I also understand it's very hard to negotiate with PSG after all their previous back and forth issues with Barcelona.

"And it is hard because it is Ney, who is one of the best".

"But it is true that negotiating with PSG is not easy". Let us know in the comments section below. I know what was published and what they said. "In the end, not everything is very clear".

Barcelona will not give up on Neymar says Javier Bordas

Messi has yet to play for Barcelona this season due to a calf injury in August and is a major doubt for next week's Champions League opener at Borussia Dortmund, sources have told ESPN FC.

"And it's not like they're talking about little things, they're talking about things that can change your life really".

It's said that the dressing room asked for this signing.

Do you think we will still see Neymar back at the Spanish giants at some point in the future? We did not impose anything. We gave our opinion in the same way we did with Griezmann and the other players who arrived.

And Messi feels Barcelona have enough to be competitive without Neymar in their ranks. Though Neymar missed out on a possible return to Barcelona, he still has his heart set for a move to the Catalan giants, and the club are ready to move in for him again as well.

"I'm not disappointed. We have a spectacular squad and we can compete for everything, even without Ney".

The transfer window has closed across Europe, but thankfully, it's never too late to look forward to January!

Remembering the 9/11 attacks, 18 years later
A compensation fund for people with potentially September 11-related health problems has awarded more than $5.5 billion so far. Since then, 241 police officers and 204 firefighters have died from illnesses related to 9/11, Forbes.com reported.

Recommended News

We are pleased to provide this opportunity to share information, experiences and observations about what's in the news.
Some of the comments may be reprinted elsewhere in the site or in the newspaper.
Thank you for taking the time to offer your thoughts.