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Neymar has been cleared of all charges in relation to Barcelona’s transfer

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Barcelona signed Neymar for an undisclosed fee in the summer of 2013 after the Confederation Cup. The Spanish government started investigating the transfer of the Brazilian superstar in January 2014. Barcelona President, Sandro Rosell resigned on 24th January owing to the investigation into the transfer.

The Brazilian proved to be a fantastic signing for the club. The Brazilian went on to form an excellent attacking trio at the club. Luis Suarez was signed in 2014 from Liverpool to complete the trio along with club legend Lionel Messi. They are famously known as MSN.

In recent news from the Spanish court, it has been announced that Neymar has been acquitted of all charges. In the last few years, the player has constantly faced the threat of jail terms due to the case. However, the case has now died down and the player can sigh in relief.

Neymar needs to focus on the World Cup and the remaining season

The Brazilian has been in sublime form this season and has a great chance of winning the FIFA World Cup. Brazil has a very strong squad of players who are in fine form. All the positions have more than one option for the manager, and it is a real opportunity to win the cup after 20 years.

Neymar is under quite a bit of pressure to get the World Cup home as he has been unable to do so in 2 attempts. With the support of players like Vinicius Jr., Rodrygo, Casemiro, Thiago Silva, Gabriel Jesus, etc. the Brazilian superstar should have faith in their chances this year.

Post the world cup, the Brazilian forward has a busy schedule with Paris Saint-Germain as well. The Parisians are in fine form and with star signing Lionel Messi settling in, it is a real opportunity for the club to win the European crown. Kylian Mbappe, Neymar, and Lionel Messi are all in superb touch and should push for the title this season. Nevertheless, the Brazilian superstar has his hands full this year and hopefully, this good news will help him focus even better!!

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