PSG chairman not worried about Mbappe, Neymar suitors

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Don’t call PSG. They’ll call you.

Paris Saint-Germain chairman Nasser El-Khelaifi says the club will not be selling Neymar or Kylian Mbappe this summer despite rumors of mega bids from Real Madrid.

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“Neither Real Madrid, nor any other club in the world, needs to call us about Neymar or any other player,” said El-Khelaifi.

His comments go a step further when asked whether he fears clubs coming after PSG’s brightest gems.


“They should be the ones that are worried because the best players in the world of tomorrow live in Paris, a city they love, and they play for PSG, Europe’s most modern club, which fits their ambition and their image.”

PSG leads Ligue 1 by 17 points and their UEFA Champions League tie with Manchester United by a 2-0 score after the away leg at Old Trafford.

Perhaps the better question for El-Khelaifi is what will Neymar and Mbappe feel there is left to accomplish if PSG outlasts the competition to win the club its first UCL crown?