SAVIOLA SPEAKS CLARO
"Neymar Has chosen the PSG because it wants to win more"
Published:9/08/2017 - 11:30h
Updated:9/08/2017 - 11:43h
Javier Saviola, ex forward of the FC Barcelona, conceded an interview to the newspaper "L'Équipe" in which it analysed the arrival of Neymar to the Paris Saint-Germain and the reasons that can have had the Brazilian forward to take the difficult decision to go out
The signing of Neymar by the PSG follows bringing tail. There are people authorised in the world of the football that think that the signing of the Brazilian by this quantity of money is abusive and will suppose that the market go in in a dangerous bubble. Others, instead, think that in the long run it will go out cheap.
And this Wednesday an ex player of the Barça, Javier 'The Rabbit' Saviola, has conceded an interview in "L'Équipe" to speak of all this subject. The Argentinian forward defends to Neymar and thinks that his decision it is necessary to respect it. We transcribe the statements that has collected "Sportive World of the half French".
"In the personal, think that Paris Saint-Germain will benefit of the leadership that he demands. In Spain, speak especially of his association with Luis Suarez and Lionel Messi, the trio in his group, and less than him only. In Paris, he finds in a team that will depend on his characteristics. It is especially a personal challenge. He will be had to carry Paris Saint-Germain to the victory in the Champions", commented Saviola.
"The Championship of France has grown. The stadiums will be full by his come, am convinced that the people will pay only to see it play. With him, it Tie it 1 also it approximates to the best leagues of the world", has added the ariete Argentinian that played in two stages in the Barcelona club.
It wins France, loses Spain
"For the League is a big loss. With Messi and Suárez, that shined enormously in the last years. They are big players in Spain, but is clear that these three have offered an incomparable show in the Barça. However, I follow convinced that the league will recover will keep on being an attractive championship in spite of his exit", has concluído Saviola.