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Coming to the Premier League? Neymar's final decision on his future

By Liam Styles

Coming to the Premier League? Neymar's final decision on his future

The Brazilian star has exciting plans for his career 

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After being involved in rumors about a possible PSG exit, Neymar Junior decided to express himself in a dialogue with the site Band Sports, where he took the chance to reveal many details about him and the following steps he would like to follow in his career, including the speculations about his possible arrival to the Premier League.

In English football, some big clubs have already been linked with the Brazilian player, who would make an immediate impact on any big team, helping to conquer the Premier League. This is the reason why Chelsea, Liverpool and Manchester United have initiated talks about a potential arrival of Neymar and the huge amount of money necessary to take the Brazilian out of PSG.

A big problem in the Chelsea’s offer would be its absence in the three European competitions for next season, something that Neymar would not see favorably. Something similar would happen with Liverpool, having offered a 12 million salary, but not qualified for Champions League, a key factor for Neymar. In the case of Manchester United, the Mancunian club could be interested in taking him, especially if  if the Qatari banker Sheikh Jassim was able to complete his potential Manchester United’s takeover, but the Glazer’s selling process seem not finishing soon.

Neymar could have an exotic future soon

With any proposal coming to the right terms to convince Neymar, the Brazilian expressed his desire of staying in Paris next season. In his dialogue with the site Band Sports, Neymar assured that he is staying at PSG and concentrating his efforts on the next season with the French club, but he also left a door open to an exotic future where he could still be playing to make history. The Brazilian star commented that he is looking forward to the possibility of returning to play someday for Santos, where he could play to make history winning a new Libertadores Cup for his former club in Brazil.

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