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PSG academy director: "Neymar will not leave for Real Madrid"

10 Febrero 2018

'Madrid and Barcelona wanted Kylian, but PSG have the muscle to keep him at a French club and I think the transfer happened for sporting reasons and not financial ones, and that's something new in this new European order'.

"The [traditional] clubs see their kingdom under threat [from PSG] and City, who are a team with new-found financial capacity".

Neymar is not a 'free spirit' in the team. "Everyone should be grateful".

"I have an idea, of course, as we have worked the whole season to reach a moment like this one and we have analysed all of the possible information to make the best decisions".

"I haven't heard any official representative of Real Madrid say anything about Neymar", Ronaldo said.

Kurzawa has been ruled out with a thigh complaint, while Motta has been rested after making his comeback during midweek and Trapp is suspended after his red card at Stade Auguste Bonal. "For PSG to be up to that level is a big challenge".

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Di Maria revealed recently how close we were to see him in the colours of Barca.

"Neymar has been training well", Emery said. "I see Neymar being the one that guides the team, that triumphs here".

"The Champions League is a competition that they do well in and we will see how it ends, because everything changes very quickly in football".

The Ligue 1 leaders take on the struggling Spanish club in the knockout stages with the first leg next week at the Bernabeu.

The two-time World Cup winner believes Madrid, who are fourth in LaLiga and 19 points behind Barcelona, feels his former side could perhaps win a third straight Champions League despite their struggles this campaign. "Things have changed. Now they can stay here for 15 years, which represents huge progress".