Barcelona ex-vice president Emili Rousaud says Neymar is possible to return. With the coronavirus pandemic expected to lower prices in the next transfer market.
Neymar is possible to return at Barca
Barcelona ex-vice president Emili Rousaud says Neymar is possible to return. With the coronavirus pandemic expected to lower prices in the next transfer market. The reigning champions of the Liga have been associated with the step to restore a familiar face to Camp Nou. Since the record transfer to Paris Saint-Germain for €222 million (£195/$240 million) was made in 2017. Neymar left the door open, while Lionel Messi spoke of his desire to see the formidable “MSN” strike force reformed – with Luis Suarez still on the books in Catalonia. Barca yet has not been able to agree with PSG. While current conditions have even been worked out for the Brazil international striker in France. Interest, however, is expected anew, with the Blaugrana eager to acquire yet another talisman presence in the final third of the field.
According to Emili Rousaud, Neymar can repeat his steps. While the Covid-19 crisis will force clubs around the world to assess their financial situation and mull due to sales that would previously have been blocked. The man who was currently in the “civil war” at Barcelona, as a result of which six board members resigned, told reporters: “Neymar is possible to return.” Coronavirus is going to provoke deflation in the transfer market, and most clubs will have financial problems. Barcelona will have to analyze whether the operation is within the club’s finances. The interest is real, but it is complicated. Three parties participate, Barca, PSG, and the player. “If the three are looking for an agreement, they will find a solution: payment, for example, by installments. Everything depends on the will of each party and especially on the requirements of Neymar.”
So far, Barca is among those who seek to navigate their way through the most test times for all professional football clubs. Those in Catalonia have agreed to cut salaries. But other leading parties across Europe have promised to abandon most of their respective salaries. Bayern Munich, Real Madrid, and Juventus have received more severe economic reductions from their units than we,” Emili said. Barcelona still has a lot of money in the pot, but Rousaud suggested that someone “had their hands” in the treasury and that he was ready to go to a legal war with the Blaugrana because of his claims that “corruption is obvious.”