Neymar hints at summer Barcelona reunion as wantaway PSG star admits he will seek ‘new challenges’ in 2020
- Neymar has long been linked with a summer return to former club Barcelona
- The PSG star’s relationship with the Paris faithful has seemingly hit rock bottom
- The Brazilian outlined plans to seek new challenges at the end of the season
Neymar has hinted a return to Barcelona may be on the cards this summer as the wantaway PSG star says he is seeking ‘new challenges’ this year.
The Brazilian has long been linked with a reunion with his former club, having endured a tumultuous spell in the French capital where his relationship with the PSG faithful has hit rock bottom.
And Neymar has said that his immediate goal is to win silverware for club and country before seeking further challenges.
Wantaway PSG star forward Neymar has said he will seek ‘new challenges’ in the summer
Speaking at a Red Bull event, he said: ‘My goal is to win everything I can with Paris and the Brazilian national team.
‘Reach the Champions League final, win the Copa America again, find new challenges.’
Neymar’s eye-watering £198million switch to PSG in 2017 was part of the French giants’ ambition of winning the Champions League for the first time in their history.
The Brazilian has endured a rocky spell in France as his relationship with PSG fans plummeted
A return to former club Barcelona has long been on the cards and could happen in the summer
However, Neymar and Co have failed to live up to that billing and the 27-year-old insists that his goal is to bring the coveted trophy back to Paris this season.
‘Paris has never won the Champions League, so people are going to give it their all. We know we have quality and we hope to be among the finalists.’
The Brazilian reportedly came very close to reuniting with Lionel Messi and Luis Suarez last summer, and has spoken on record that his unhappiness at PSG warranted a move away.
‘I never wanted to hurt anyone, but I always knew in my head that if you’re not happy somewhere, you must leave,’ he told France Football.