Barcelona new boss, might have just tipped off the Catalan side to reigniting the Neymar return chase as he shares his opinion on the Brazilian’s issue.
Quique Setien has told that Neymar’s desire to return to Camp Nou is a good one as he would love to watch the PSG man, stating that he loves watching great footballers.
“That’s good,” Setien told Mundo Deportivo when asked about Neymar’s desire for a second Barca stint.
“I love to watch and have great footballers and if I can watch Neymar every day, just imagine.”
A year ago, Neymar was being considered as a thorn on PSG’s flesh and no one would have believed the Brazilian would still be in the Parisians’ shirt up-to today.
Neymar had invested most of his energy in his quest of breaking back into the Barcelona squad but things didn’t go as planned.
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Barcelona Maestro, Lionel Messi was one of the figures who pushed also for Neymar’s return but according to the Argentine, certain persons never wanted to see Neymar back at Camp Nou.
But things might appear to be different now a new manager is in the block and has told he would do what it takes to keep the club captain happy.
Supposedly it should include even if it takes bringing back Neymar dos Santos who formed great partnership with the 6 times Balon d’or winner.
“I hope we make him so happy that he is looking forward to staying,” the Blaugrana boss said in a separate interview with Sport. “He will be here in the future, I have no doubts.
“The talks have been very normal as with any other player. He is very convinced that we can win. He is perceived to be a winner and cares that things are done well.
“He takes interest in the talks. He knows he is an important part, one that can solve many games, but we have to rely on the team to be stronger.”
Barcelona prepare to battle Levante today while the manager works to see Lionel Messi pens down an extension amid his contract that is due by next year.