Last summer, Neymar made the transition from Barcelona to Paris Saint-Germain last summer for a record sum of 222 million euros, and in the Spanish camp, this transfer still leaves a negative feeling to the Spanish side. Vice-President Jordi Mestre of Barcelona blames Neymar and his entourage for a lack of transparency and states that their behaviour has had a major impact on inflation in the player market.
“What hurts me most is the way everything went. We were in conversation with him and his father and they have not been transparent “, the policymaker looks back to the transfer monkey in conversation with Diario Sport,” If he had just come to us and said that he wanted to leave, like Cesc Fàbregas, Pedro Rodríguez, Alexis Sánchez and Javier Mascherano, we would have reached agreement.
“However, you can’t throw the bat in the pen”, Mestre continues,”It became a cat-and-mouse game. He didn’t keep us informed of anything. If he had done so, it would have cost less to attract Paris Saint-Germain and it would have cost us less to capture replacements. Neymar’s behaviour has created inflation in the player market. We could have saved ourselves a lot of money and a lot of media.
Can you find yourself in the words of Jordi Mestre?