The Manchester City fans in the Transfer Tavern have been responding to rumours surrounding 26-year-old Brazilian megastar, Neymar, who’s valued at £162 million by Transfermarkt. According to Mundo Deportivo, City are one of the possible destinations for the forward and his entourage are refusing to rule out a move to The Etihad. However, The Citizens don’t seem too happy about the links.
Manchester City are a force to be reckoned with in the footballing world. The club has lost just four games this season as they canter towards to the Premier League title and continue to go strong in the Champions League. Pep Guardiola’s side won the League Cup back in February, blitzing Arsenal 3-0 in the final, and now the Mancunian juggernaut is looking to add more silverware this season.
But now reports are linking the world’s most expensive ever player to Manchester it could become a whole different game for The Etihad faithful. The club has previously been accused of buying success and the signing of Neymar would only confirm that. The Brazilian has established himself as one of the best players of the current generation at both club and international level. Although currently injured, Neymar has been tearing French defences apart in Ligue 1 and looks set to dazzle fans all over the world in the summer’s World Cup in Russia. City fans will no doubt be following Neymar in the next few months as they could be looking at their club’s next star.
You can read our resident Sky Blues’ verdict here:
Sane surpassed him. Not needed
— Mike (@Wolf_Stack) March 23, 2018
As talented as he his I don’t want him purely because of his attitude can make big problems in the team on & off the pitch. You saw it with psg
— ManCity12321 (@ManCity5000) March 23, 2018
Overpriced snob, Bernando has more potential
Don't need him at our , already thinks he is bigger than the club wherever he plays.
Thanks but no thanks.
— AD (@AD_ManCity) March 23, 2018
Don't want him. Great player but don't need that attitude disrupting the dressing room
— Chris Ivison (@IvisonChris) March 23, 2018
Thanks, but no thanks!
— Peter Coppock (@coppockp) March 23, 2018
NO! NO! NO!
— Watson Tirajoh (@WatsonTirajoh) March 23, 2018