Paris Saint-Germain (PSG) seems to have left negative consequences on several of the stars who have worn his shirt, such as Leo Messi and Neymar Jr., and it is that the latter confessed that both lived “hell” during the time they were part of the Parisian group.
The Brazilian star, current player for Al-Hilal from Saudi Arabia, gave an interview to his country’s ‘Globo Esporte’, in which he talked about his time at PSG and launched several criticisms of the club such as the fact that both he and Messi lived through hard times and that the Argentine had a breather when he won the World Cup.
“I felt very happy for the year that Messi had, but at the same time very sad because he lived the two sides of the coin, he went to heaven with the Argentine team, he won everything in recent years and He lived through hell with Paris, we lived through hell, both he and I”, expressed Neymar Jr.
“We get upset, because we are not there for nothing, we are there to give our best, to be champions, try to make history, that’s why we started playing together again, we got together there to make history. Unfortunately, we didn’t make it”, added the ’10’ from the ‘Canarinha’.
In that sense, Neymar believes that his friend was disrespected because of the way he was treated in recent months in Paris and affirmed that the Argentine is a man committed to football and to the team he represents.
“Messi left PSG in a way that, footballingly speaking, he did not deserve. For everything he is, everything he does, Anyone who knows him knows this, he is a guy who trains, who fights, if he loses he gets angry, and he was wrongfully accused in my opinion. But at the same time he was very happy that he won the World Cup. As you said, football was fair this time, since the Brazilian team left, Messi deserved to end his career like this, ”he pointed out.
These statements from the ’10’ of the ‘Canarinha’ are an endorsement of the ones Messi gave a few weeks ago at his first press conference as an Inter Miami player, in which He confessed that he had a very bad time during his two seasons at the Parque de los Príncipes.
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