Published: Wed, March 14, 2018
Sports | By Brett Lawson

Ex-Liverpool man Coutinho implores Barca to sign Neymar

Ex-Liverpool man Coutinho implores Barca to sign Neymar

Neymar is dissatisfied at the French capital, and is on the lookout for a new destination for an escape, according to popular reports.

Over the past month or so, several reports have suggested that Neymar isn't happy at PSG and would even be interested in joining Barca's biggest rivals Real this summer.

Barcelona star Philippe Coutinho has commented on the rumoured return of Neymar from Paris Saint-Germain, revealing that playing alongside his global compatriot would be "a real privilege".

The article adds Neymar has explained he made a mistake in leaving the club, was wrong to want independence from Lionel Messi and has been disappointed by the standard of opposition in Ligue 1.

"Neymar is a great player".

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Ivan Rakitic says the door is always open if Neymar decides he wants to return to Barcelona. "It would be awesome to have him back".

Brazil national team doctor Rodrigo Lasmar has previously said that €222 million man Neymar will need at least two and a half months, perhaps three, to be back in action. He failed t make an impact in their Champions League last 16 round 1 tie against Real Madrid which they lost 3-1.

More recently, Sport (h/t MailOnline's Daniel Matthews) reported the player who cost Les Parisiens a global-record £198 million last summer wants to join Los Blancos before this summer's FIFA World Cup in Russian Federation.

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Having left Paris shortly after sustaining the injury, Neymar Jr took himself back to Brazil with immediate effect. He is also in a race against time to be fit for the World Cup in Russian Federation, which begins on June 14.

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