Having been forced to stretcher off in the Ligue 1 match at the weekend following an X-ray on his ankle injury, Neymar has received a "reassuring" pro
Having been forced to stretcher off in the Ligue 1 match at the weekend following an X-ray on his ankle injury, Neymar has received a “reassuring” prognosis as reported by Paris-Saint Germain on Monday.
As the various sources from the club suggest, the clinical opinion regarding a left ankle sprain he suffered last night, is relieving reassuring.
This announcement is in positive interest for Paris Saint Germain especially after a not so fruitful night on Sunday in which they lost the top spot in Ligue 1 to Lille after a subtle 1-0 defeat in their home ground at the hands of Lyon, who managed to overtake the capital club into second place with their wholesome win.
The position of Coach Thomas Tuchel is said to in a very uncertain stage as French football club Paris Saint Germain have been plagued by some multiple injuries, suspensions, and multiple cases of Coronavirus this in this season.
Neymar has been signed by Paris Saint-Germain for five full years from June 2022 onwards for worth $350 million in salary. At $263 million, his transfer from Barcelona to Paris Saint German stands as the most expensive transfer in the world, which was paid by the French club in full ahead of his signing.
Paris Saint German, backed by Qatar is hoping that their Brazilian ace star Neymar Jr. will be back in the game on time for their UEFA Champions League last 16 clashes in February with the already troubled Barcelona, which was handed to them in Monday’s draw.
It will be yet another chance to avenge their massive bone-crushing ‘Remontada’ defeat to Barca back in 2017.
Neymar, who joined PSG in a record-breaking move just weeks later beat the Catalans 4-0 in the French capital and Paris Saint Germain dwindled to a 6-1 defeat at the Camp Nou.
The 28-year-old ex-Barcelonean Brazilian striker, one of the most polarizing players in the game for his antics on and off the pitch, jacked up his pay by four times and criticism when he traded playing alongside Messi in Barcelona for suiting up with Paris Saint-Germain in the month of August, 2017. Between his record $263 million transfer fee and his average $70 million salaries, PSG seems to be spending more than $600 million to keep him in the French capital.
Since 2011 when it bought the club, Qatar Sports Investments has been investing deep in the team yet Paris Saint Germain is yet to secure Europe’s biggest prize even after heavily dominating in Ligue 1 with big names like Neymar and France star Kylian Mbappe associated with it.
Paris Saint Germain received a heavy blow at the finals last season after getting beaten by 1-0 Bayern Munich, all thanks to a game saver goal from their youth product Kingsley Coman.