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Neymar Bersa: They pledged to sign with me to give up the case

2019-09-27T15:33:59.849Z

Paris Saint-Germain striker Neymar has asked Barcelona to have a written agreement that he will sign him in order to give up his case against Barca, Spanish media reported.



Paris Saint-Germain striker Neymar has asked Barcelona to have a written agreement that he will sign him in order to give up his case against Barca, Spanish media reported.

The radio also said that the Brazilian star also demanded a written pledge first in order to drop the lawsuit demanding payment of some of the money that the player believes was in his entitlement during his time with the team.

Other Spanish media have confirmed today that Neymar will return to face his former team in front of the courts, after his failure to return to the ranks of the Catalan club.

Both Neymar and the Barcelona administration sought to reach an agreement on Friday, but negotiations between the two sides failed in this regard.

The two sides announced this afternoon the failure of the negotiations between them and their recourse to the judiciary, to resolve the dispute between them.

Neymar arrived on Thursday in Barcelona, ​​Spain, but did not participate in negotiations with Barcelona, ​​where he defended his defense team.

Neymar, who returned to Paris this morning, met with his friend Arthur, the Brazilian player and his team mate and other friends, and celebrated until the early morning hours in a bar in Barcelona.

Neymar and Barcelona disputed the right of the Brazilian to receive 26 million euros, part of the renewal of his contract with the Spanish club, but the latter refused to pay this amount because of the failure of the Brazilian striker to fulfill the terms of his contract and departure to Paris Saint-Germain after paying the value The penalty clause included in his contract.

Source: aljazeera

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