Neymar’s chances of Manchester United move slipping away due to economic demands – Man United News And Transfer News

Manchester United are being linked with sensational moves from superstars and that can only mean one thing – the summer transfer season is just around the corner.

people of the people The Red Devils have been tipped to bid for Paris Saint-Germain superstar Kylian Mbappe and Real Madrid star Vinicius Jr, according to reports.

But two days ago, it was so hot that even the coach Erik ten Hag was forced to comment that Mbappe’s club teammate and Brazilian star Neymar might join Old Trafford.

Neymar talks break down

Clearly, Manchester United midfielder Casemiro played a key role in trying to persuade his countryman to leave the glitz and glamor of Paris for Manchester.

but sports Claims that the player’s financial needs will not be met by Manchester United and Premier League side Chelsea have made transfers all but impossible.

“The footballer’s entourage explored with interest the option of starting a new period of football in England, with Manchester United and Chelsea also interested, although to a lesser extent the Londoners.

“The truth is that the negotiations have been deadlocked in recent days and no progress has been made. Both teams have verified the feasibility of the Brazilian’s joining with numbers, but they can only satisfy Neymar by signing a long-term contract. economic needs.

“No club is willing to elaborate: the striker is far from his best at the age of 31,” the report said.

Given his resale value, the 2014/15 Champions League winner’s huge wages plus transfer fee make no economic sense.

Wages, Work Injury and Forms All Related Factors

Concerns have risen due to his poor injury record and the sideline circus surrounding him. The 31-year-old has missed 15 games this season.

The trend has been an ongoing theme since his move to Ligue 1, with the superstar playing just over 30 games in a season since his arrival.

His goalscoring record has also been steadily declining, and while his numbers have improved this season, it doesn’t make sense for the Ten Witches to pursue another cocky player’s move.

There has been an ongoing theme of the club’s tendency to bring in big-name players at high salaries who don’t fit the manager’s vision, and United need to break out of that cycle under the Dutch boss.

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