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RIVALDO: "Neymar Needs to leave PSG"

31.10.2019 09.40 by Chiara Biondini  read 590
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According to former Barcelona and Brazil international Rivaldo, the Brazilian ace Neymar needs to leave Paris Saint-Germain in order to fulfil his potential.
"I believe a lot in Neymar. But I think he has to leave. That's why he wanted to leave at this transfer window at any cost, PSG is a great club but not one for the level of Neymar I think that, at a world stage, everybody talks only about Barcelona, Real Madrid and some other big clubs from England, some from Germany. He has to go to a club that has more history at Champions. Of course, if he wins the Champions and can be a world champion, it will be much easier to become the best player in the world."

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