Paris Saint-Germain could look smart by moving on from Neymar Jr. this past summer transfer window. The capital club sold the 31-year-old to Al-Hilal for a reported €90 million.
Recent news regarding the Brazilian’s relationship with manager Jorge Jesus has him in hot water. According to Spanish media outlet SPORT, Neymar is already very annoyed by the start of his adventure with Al-Hilal.
The 2015 UEFA Champions League winner would have clashed with his Jesus after the draw in the Asian Champions League against Navbahor (1-1). Jesus would have criticized the Brazilian for his bad attitude on the pitch. As a result, the former PSG player did not appreciate these remarks.
Neymar would have asked his leaders for the departure of the Portuguese tactician. The report adds that Jesus was summoned by the club’s decision-makers last week, who told him that his future was threatened if he did not turn around the results.
After seven matchdays, Al-Hilal is second in the championship, one point behind the leader, Al-Ittihad.
Meanwhile, PSG is doing fine without Neymar in their squad as the capital club picked up a Champions League win over Borussia Dortmund (2-0). Afterward, the team crushed Olympique de Marseille (4-0) a few days later on Sunday.