Paris Saint-Germain may leave Neymar in the stands until 2022 over his demands to except a change of action comes to play,according to Spanish press El País,
A report from Spain claimed Barcelona have tabled €40m plus Philippe Coutinho and Ousmane Dembele in a bid to bring back the Brazilian star.
Neymar is however not just sitting back to see things happen, he’s trying to push it through.
The forward had failed to join up with the rest of his teammates for pre-season on the first day, while he’s also reportedly ready to take a pay cut to re-join Barca.
This actions hasn’t gone down well with PSG, understandably, and they’re reportedly willing to hit back in a big way.
And now El Pais reports, PSG are taking Neymar’s actions as an insult to Qatar.
Qatari Sports Investments, an investment arm of the Qatari royal family, owns PSG and having Neymar disrespect the club is not a good look for them.
As a result, president Nasser Al-Khelaifi has threatened to leave Neymar sitting in the stands for the rest of his contract.
That contract runs until 2022, making it one hell of a threat.
It’s a similar situation to the one Adrien Rabiot found himself in last season, where his desire to leave saw him forced out of the team for the campaign.
But Neymar Sr, representing his son, has supposedly hit back at the idea, telling Al-Khelaifi that the player’s teammates will revolt at not having their star player.