Neymar nets twice for Barca as PSG lie in wait

Neymar nets twice for Barca as PSG lie in wait
By Euronews
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Despite the huge transfer speculation swirling around Barca’s Brazilian international Neymar and the amount of cash Paris Saint Germain are prepared to splash, the 25-year-old still has an eye for goal.

Ernesto Valverde: “Barcelona will not sell Neymar. We know what he gives for the team and we want him with us.” pic.twitter.com/7NafO5NUN0

— M·A·J (@UltraAutistic) July 23, 2017

Neymar put Barca ahead against Serie A Champions Juventus in the pre-season International Cup in New Jersey on 15 minutes after a neat one two before curling home from close range.

He was on the score sheet again after 26 minutes with a goal which oozed class.

Neymar scores twice as Barcelona defeat Juventus in International Champions Cup https://t.co/AoowS2yFr4pic.twitter.com/qQWRzHWsqG

— Daily Post Nigeria (@DailyPostNGR) July 23, 2017

PSG will be hoping for more of the same if they get their man

Chiellini got one back for Juve, but the die was cast, the deed was done.

Barca boss is Ernesto Valverde wants him to stay at the Nou Camp:“Barcelona cannot do without Neymar. Absolutely. We want Neymar here . We know the importance he has to our game, our dressing room, the team dynamic, and we want him here It’s clear,” he said after the match.

The money PSG are prepared to pay is stratospheric.

The best pix from Juventus v FC Barcelona, International Champions Cup (1-2): https://t.co/TeYrYEHiL8#BarçaUStour#JuveBarçapic.twitter.com/g3ZE9KyZ1q

— FC Barcelona (@FCBarcelona) July 23, 2017

An up front signing on fee of €40m.

A world record transfer of €222m.

And a mere €30 million-per-year at the Parc des Princes.

That is a seven zero contact as opposed to a zero hours contract.

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