'Neymar's injury is completely fixed,' says PSG's Leonardo

'Neymar's injury is completely fixed,' says PSG's Leonardo

'Neymar's injury is completely fixed,' says PSG's Leonardo

Barcelona legend Hristo Stoichkov has slammed the club for disrespecting their own players with bids for Paris Saint-Germain forward Neymar.

Neymar reportedly wants to return to Barca after his world-record €222million exit in 2017, while Madrid are also an option.

Barcelona and Real Madrid are two of the teams that are still gunning for the 27-year-old, but PSG is apparently unsatisfied with what's been brought on the table.

Leonardo was interviewed by Mohamed Bouhafsi, and regarding the talks with other clubs, he's said: "There are discussions for his future, as you know it, but today there's nothing advanced".

With Neymar's potential move to FC Barcelona appearing to pick up steam, manager Ernesto Valverde has once again been drawn into speculation over the Brazilian's future. He is following a personalised fitness programme. "He's a PSG player, he's still in Paris for three years".

According to AS, Barça were told by specialists that the player might have pseudoarthrosis, or nonunion, in the toe, meaning it hasn't healed properly and a bone graft could be required to fix the problem.

That injury ruled him out for most of the remainder of the season.

"Things are simple, Neymar was monitored by several great doctors and surgeons early in the season and his fracture is fully consolidated on the fifth metatarsal". You know, me, I did not know him before.

Letting go of Coutinho in a deal that involves Neymar and a bit of cash, too, might not be a very bad idea as Coutinho is worth a lot and not a huge amount of sum would be required to get Neymar, while also swapping Coutinho. I honestly think he is a good boy with a very good heart. And on the pitch, he is an extraordinary player.

Now, PSG's medical staff have told Le Parisien that they fear Neymar's toe is still not healed and that they suspect the treatment he has been undergoing in Brazil has not been thorough enough.

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