‘Neymar great for the Premier League, but not Man Utd’ says Louis Saha


Although Louis Saha believes Neymar would be “great for the Premier League”. The former Manchester United player does not want the Brazilian to play at Old Trafford. The Premier League teams have reportedly shown interest in signing the Brazilian this summer.

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Louis Saha says wouldn’t want to see Neymar at Old Trafford

The future of the Paris Saint-Germain forward in France has been questioned, and he has been associated with the Red Devils. Neymar is under contract for a considerable amount of time at Parc des Princes. However his form and fitness problems continue to spark a lot of transfer rumours. Saha thinks Neymar might have a lot to give in the Premier League as long as he doesn’t end up in Manchester. Chelsea is another English team to show interest in the exciting skillfull player.

Former United striker Saha has told Betfred:-

“It would be great for the Premier League to have Neymar playing in England because he’s such a terrific player. He’s very entertaining to watch but I can understand the question marks that can come from having a player like Neymar at your club. I’m just a big fan of the player on the pitch. But I don’t believe he’s lived up to expectations in his last three or four seasons with PSG. I wouldn’t want to see him in a Manchester United shirt considering the exaggerated media attention a superstar like him would attract. The team structure is so important and still fragile at times. But I certainly believe he’d be a great addition to the Premier League.”

According to reports, Manchester United might sell Jadon Sancho to raise money for a potential summer permanent transfer of Neymar. Due to his elite level, the Red Devils’ board of directors is interested in luring the Brazilian away from PSG. They believe the star might improve their prospects in the UEFA Champions League and the Premier League.

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