PSG president Nasser Al-Khelaifi was in little mood to indulge his star players in an interview with France Football and noted that Neymar was not forced to join the club and understood what he was signing up to, club said amid increased speculation over the Brazil star's future.
Now, according to French outlet L'Equipe, PSG will be happy to part ways with Neymar this summer - so long as they receive what they would consider to be a suitable offer.
"Those who do not want to, or do not understand it, we meet and we speak".
"There are of course contracts to be respected but the priority now is total membership of our project".
Injured and forced to watch from the stands as PSG were knocked out of the Champions League by Manchester United in March, Neymar aimed obscene language at the match officials on Instagram. Nobody pushed him here.
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PSG moved to replace sporting director Antero Henrique on Friday by welcoming back Leonardo after almost six years away and the Brazilian will be tasked with disciplining a talented but unruly squad that saw no shortage of controversy last campaign.
Like Mbappe, Neymar also made a big money move to the Parc de Princess. "To grow with the team and the club".
"But I explained to him that what he wants, he does not need to ask for".
"I have realised that changes were essential, otherwise we're going nowhere".
"Mbappe? I'm 200% sure he will still be at PSG next season", insisted the president. "I will not let go of this "crazy" player".