PSG feel 'cheated' by Neymar's performances and are 'sick and tired of his glamorous lifestyle'
PSG's owners are reportedly getting fed up with Brazilian star Neymar on and off the pitch.
The French giants' Qatari bosses are believed to feel "cheated" by his performances and are growing tired of the glam lifestyle he leads.
According to L'Equipe, the PSG hierarchy believe that the world's most expensive footballer "prefers Paris over PSG" and those shareholders are furious with recent events.
The French outlet claims: "The French club's shareholders feel they have been cheated out of their money."
Neymar cost a staggering £197million when he signed for Barcelona in 2017.
And in his five seasons, PSG have had to pay out around £417million in costs related to his astronomical salary.
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But in Doha, the Qataris are not convinced they have had value for money in their investment.
As a marketing tool, though, Neymar is still king. With the upcoming World Cup to be held in Qatar – PSG, who have links to Qatar National Bank and Qatar Airways, want to keep hold of their main attraction.
Also, L'Equipe say that selling him would be near-on impossible with the figures a deal could cost.
Only Newcastle could potentially afford his fees, but that seems "unlikely that the working-class city in the north of England is the place the Brazilian dreams of for the end of his European career".
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Neymar has had his worst season at the Parc des Princes, and has scored just seven Ligue 1 goals during an injury-plagued season.
Fans were also left fuming that the club crashed out of the Champions League last-16 following a capitulation against Real Madrid.
The next game after that defeat, both Neymar and Lionel Messi were jeered by the home faithful during the 3-0 win over Bordeaux.
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