Tebas: 'Neymar will retire at PSG'
- La Liga president calls possible Neymar signing an 'anomaly of the economic control in football'.
- He also looks back at PSG's transfer of 2017 and blames them for the violation of fair play rules.
- Neymar signed for the Parisians for a hefty sum of €222m.
La Liga president Javier Tebas has opened up on Neymar talks and revealed that signing the player again would be impossible.
"Neymar will retire at PSG."
Javier refers to his old words reflecting "the demonstration of the anomaly of the economic control in the European football".
"We already denounced it then. It was impossible for a European team to assess the values: 226 million euros and 27 million net, tax-free."
Tebas argued that "there are teams which do out-of-market operations" so that "it's impossible to put those players back on the transfer market."
Earlier on, it was reported by Sport that PSG president Nasser Al-Khelaifi has a curious plan in terms of the Brazilian. He allegedly wants Neymar to serve his contract (expiring in 2022) until the end following his desire to leave the Parisians in summer.
Neymar deal reportedly fell through after the French side has increased the demands for the player. Barcelona's last offer before the negotiations stopped was €130m, Ivan Rakitic and Jean-Clair Todibo, however, the Parisians supposed that it wasn't enough to get things completed.
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