Neymar Júnior In a party in front of the PSG of the past season 2014-2015

The Brazilian goes back to be tempted

Lucas Moura prefers to Neymar before that to Messi, Benzema or Lewandowski

Published:28/03/2016 - 20:48h

Updated:28/03/2016 - 20:48h

The Brazilian attacker of Paris Saint-Germain Lucas Moura affirmed in an interview that prefers to his compatriot Neymar Júnior that to any another player of the planet. Moura Insists in the signing of the eleven of the FC Barcelona

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It is clear that the Brazilian clan ofl Paris Saint-Germain is doing all the possible to carry to Neymar Júnior to the city of the love. They treat, so much in the concentrations with the selection as in the different interviews that concede, to seduce to the footballer that, once and another, has showed that it finds happy in Barcelona. Lucas Moura is, beside Thiago Silva, one of which look for the "himself" of the crack.

"Messi in the PSG? I prefer to Neymar", affirmed Moura in an interview conceded to "Channel ". THE international Brazilian commented that "Messi, Benzema or Lewandowski are big players, but think that Neymar would be very well so much for the PSG as for me. It does not matter that it can play in my position".

Neymar Is one of the impossible dreams of the leaders of Paris Saint-Germain. This is something that so much different directors like the president himself of the conjoint Frenchman have commented in the last times. However, and in front of the imminent renewal with the FC Barcelona, his intentions seems that fracasarán.

What is clear is that the French have to reinforce to fill the gap left by Zlatan Ibrahimovic and the more than likely of the Uruguayan Edinson Cavani. The movements of the PSG next summer will be able to be important and even especula with the signing of the madridista Cristiano Ronaldo.

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