Barcelona hoping to unite top European clubs in anti-PSG campaign
Barcelona have contacted top European clubs to join them in anti-PSG stance.
Rumours are circulating that Neymar has decided to join Paris Saint-Germain in a record breaking deal believed to be around €220m. PSG’s such proceedings didn’t go down well with Barcelona. The Catalan giants are ready to meet UEFA officials to discuss Financial Fair Play(FFP) breachings in such a huge money deal. Now they are trying to unite top European powerhouses against PSG.
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Bayern and Juventus have responded favourably to calls from Barcelona on anti-PSG front. RMFC and MCFC have said No. [L'Equipe]
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French outlet L’Equipe reported that Barcelona contacted Bayern Munich, Juventus, Real Madrid and Manchester City to join hands against PSG. Although they got positive responses from Bayern and Juventus, Real Madrid and Manchester City have reportedly backed themselves out of any such front.
Barcelona are also considering filing a legal complaint against the Paris-based club for tapping up Neymar but they are fearing PSG might get the last laugh as it was Neymar’s representatives who contacted PSG first, not the other way around.