Paris Saint Germain- Neymar move to PSG destroys the market-Elber

Paris Saint Germain- Neymar move to PSG destroys the market-Elber


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This season Neymar’s move to the Barcelona squad for €222 million and a mammoth amount for the French international Mbappe annihilate the transfer market according to Eiber.

The former Bundesliga striker Giovane Elber believes that this season the French capital side Paris Satin Germain side destroys the transfer market with the signing of Neymar for such a huge amount.

This season the French capital side Paris Saint Germain side stunned the football world by agreeing on the transfer fee for Neymar’s release clause and they break the world record of Manchester United and they paid double of the money what Manchester offer to Juventus for Pogba.

Next season the Paris Saint Germain side will also hijack the French youngster Mbappe from Monaco when his loan move will end with them and in the next season they will shell out  €180m.

The former Lyon striker said: "There is no [Bundesliga] club that would say 'Yes, we pay 100 or 200 million euros'. I don't think any player is worth such a large amount,"

"Neymar is a superb player but I think PSG has destroyed the whole market right now by paying these amounts.

"Not only for Neymar but also Mbappe. 200 million euros if they buy him that is unhealthy for football."


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