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Unai Emery adds fuel to the fire by his latest comments on Neymar’s transfer to Madrid.

The PSG boss has chosen a unique set of words to comment on Neymar’s transfer rumors to Madrid. The Brazillian forward is in news for a summer move to the Spanish capital. 

Published By: Dalipinder Singh Sandhu (Bliss)

Unai Emery, the manager of the French club has tasted the quite anticipated success at PSG by winning the French Ligue 1. Though, falling apart in UCL after being knocked out in the round of 16 by the defending champions: Real Madrid.

The Spanish coach prepared for the last home game of PSG this season against Rennes. In the pre-match press conference, he was asked about Neymar’s transfer rumors which suggest he’s set to leave the French club at the end of the season and will be joining the mighty Real Madrid before the commencement of FIFA 2018 Russia World Cup.

The Brazillian forward has met Real Madrid delegate twice in the last month and according to the Spanish news outlet AS, the move is on the cards. Various sources also claim that Neymar has expressed his desire to play alongside Cristiano Ronaldo and would rather have him as the main man of the team than Cavani.

MARCA, one of the most trusted Madrid based news outlet has claimed that Neymar’s father who also is the agent of the 26-year-old athlete has told the Paris based club that his son seeks a move to Real Madrid. Though PSG aren’t willing to let the player leave so soon at any cost.

Neymar has forever been linked to Real Madrid ever since he left Barcelona. The squad of Spanish club has always spoken in high praise of the costliest footballer on the planet. The move seems pretty obvious to happen in the near future.

Unai Emery answered the rumors question in a frustrated tone which may suggest that the disagreement between the club and the player is there. When asked if Neymar will leave in the upcoming transfer window the 46-year-old tactician had this to say:

“I am sorry that you’ve had to come all the way out from the centre of Paris to ask that question, wondering what they’ll say and if anyone will say anything.” 

“I am not the one who say anything.”

The ex-Sevilla coach who is expected to be exempted from his duties at the end of the season did not deny any talks of the transfer and has chosen a way out of silence in order to avoid any controversy. Though if he denied the rumor it may have helped his current club but the silence definitely suggests there are ongoing talks of negotiations. Will they result out in a transfer is yet to be seen.

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