Nasser Al-Khelaifi has issued a warning to suitors who may want to price their star players away from the team that “they will never leave these two.” The two most expensive players in the world were on hand to help the club progress to the Champions League’s semifinal as they played a pivotal role in the win.
Neymar and Mbappe both have a contract until June 2022, and the club president has said he is committed to making sure they sign new deals for the French capital club.
Real Madrid is thought to be a fan of Kylian Mbappe as plans have been put in place to make him a galactico. Barcelona is looking at arranging a player plus cash transfer for their former player as they’ve found it difficult to replace him since his departure.
The UAE investor while speaking to French TV RMC Sport said
“Mbappe and Neymar are amongst the best players in the world, maybe in the top-five or even top-three,” “Neymar was the man of the match, he had a great game. We have found Neymar in the last three months, he has changed a lot of things on the team. I felt something special.”
“It is very special to reach the semifinal for the first time [since the takeover of the club in the summer 2011. “We will celebrate the win tonight but as soon as tomorrow, we will focus on the semifinal. Our objective is still very far, but we are not thinking about the final, just the semifinal.”
“It is very very important to change the mentality,”You, as well the media: everyone has a doubt about Paris. Today, we proved that we could go further, it was a magnificent scenario. “I am really proud and I want to thank everyone, the players, the manager. After the league was stopped, everyone said that we were not ready for this Champions League, but we showed great mental strength with great players too.
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[…] Nasser Al-Khelaifi who has been in charge of PSG since 2011 said when he led PSG to play the second leg of the UEFA Champions League round of 16 against Real Madrid in Spain, Madrid president Florentino Perez still talked to him about the failed Super League. […]