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His former colleague: Neymar lost his magic in Paris Saint-Germain!

His former colleague: Neymar lost his magic in Paris Saint-Germain!

His former colleague believes that Neymar was the first star in Barcelona’s historic comeback against Paris with a hexagon

Borussia Dortmund player Thomas Meunier indicated that the time Neymar spent at Paris Saint-Germain had a negative impact on the Brazilian.

The Belgian right-back spent 3 seasons in the French capital, before leaving to Germany to continue his career with the yellow and black team.

Meunier spoke with the German newspaper “Kicker” about Neymar’s period in Paris and its impact on his level and technical abilities on the field.

What did he say about Neymar?

The Borussia Dortmund right-back has declared that he was a fan of the Brazilian striker during his time at Barcelona, ​​but believes he was never at his best when he left for France in 2017.

He said: “I must admit that I was a huge fan of Neymar when he was still playing for Barcelona, ​​it was a comeback [6-1 ضد باريس سان جيرمان] It’s all his. If I were 10, I’d put a picture of him in my room.”

He continued: “Neymar lost his magic in Paris Saint-Germain.”

What about his time in Paris?

Meunier shared the events that happened to him at the time of his departure from Paris, and it appears from his statements that he was angry at the way he was treated by Leonardo’s sporting director.

He explained: “In Paris, the sporting director at the time, Leonardo, took me out, because he did not want to renew my contract, and everything happened without me, until the Champions League final where I deserved to be.”

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He concluded: “On a personal level, it was not easy to leave Paris, my wife, children and I, we all love the city, but over time we were able to adapt as a family.”