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Neymar is now "very happy" at PSG

Neymar has hinted that he'll sign a new contract contract at PSG after saying he's now very happy...



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Neymar is now "very happy" at PSG

Neymar has hinted that he'll sign a new contract contract at PSG after saying he's now very happy at the French champions. 

The world's most expensive player has been linked with a return to Barcelona for the last two summers, with the Brazilian admitting he endured some difficult times in Paris.

Neymar has 14 goals and contributed nine assists for last year's Champions League finalists this term and he's now in talks with the club about a new deal.

"I spoke about this after the last game as well. I don’t think I need to say more," the Brazilian attacker said when asked if he'll be staying beyond next summer.

"I have got time left on my contract here at PSG. We want to do what is best for everyone. I have already said that I am happy here and I feel much better than in the previous seasons.

"There are some aspects that I have improved here. I also went through difficult times with things that people know about. I have always worked hard and have always been professional, contrary to what some people believe."

Neymar added that they'll face a "very difficult" opponent in Manchester City when the sides clash in the Champions League semi-finals tomorrow.

"There is no easy team at this level. Manchester City are a top-level team, it's a semi-final. It will be as hard as it was against Bayern. We will do anything to win.

"PSG have grown a lot, the club is more respected. When people talk about PSG, they know that we are in the last four, five or six teams in the Champions League. We are on the verge of winning the Champions League."

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