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Neymar and Alves claimed to be acted like boss in PSG dressing room

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Neymar and Alves claimed to be acted like boss in PSG dressing roomNeymar and Alves claimed to be acted like boss in PSG dressing room

News24xx.com -  Two Brazilian players, Neymar and DaniAlves, claimed as destructive atmosphere in the Paris Saint-Germain squad. Both claimed to consider themselves as the 'Boss' in the PSG dressing room.


The claim was revealed in the book 'PSG' written by a journalist L'Equipe. In the book that will soon be released, Neymar and Alves often show disrespect towards his teammate at PSG.

"Neymar and Dani Alves acted like they were the bosses inside the club and did not respect the players who came to PSG before them," the quote in the book read.


Rumors of the harmonious PSG squad have been popping up since Neymar bought PSG from Barcelona with a transfer record of € 222 million. Neymar even had a fight with Uruguayan attacker, EdinsonCavani, just because he wanted to become a major PSG dead killer.

Neymar and Alves do have a very tight relationship. In addition to being teammates in the Brazil national team, Neymar and Alves are also equally strengthening Barcelona throughout 2013 to 2016.

"The relationship in the squad is quite regular, but it is far from friendly," wrote excerpts from PSG's book.

Another thing that is discussed in the book is the poor relationship of coach Unai Emery with a number of PSG players, including team captain Thiago Silva. Emery also claimed to have a bad relationship with PSG club owners.


Conditions that make Emery difficulty maintaining the position of coach at PSG next season.


Although unsettling news continues to appear, but PSG until now able to show consistency across the competition.

PSG topped Ligue 1 with a nine-point lead, qualified for the last 16 of the Champions League, and was in the quarter-finals of the Coupe de la Ligue.

 

 

 

 

 

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