Thursday, 13 August 2020

They're never going to leave - Al-Khelaifi confirms Neymar and Mbappe will never leave PSG.

They're never going to leave - Al-Khelaifi confirms Neymar and Mbappe will never leave PSG.

Following an impressive win over Atalanta last night, PSG president Al-khelaifi has now confirmed Neymar and Kylian Mbappe will never leave the club as they are very important.

Marquinhos and Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting goal at stoppage time was what PSG needed to book a spot in the semi-final of the UEFA Champions League, something they haven't done for years.

Though Kylian Mbappe didn't start the game cause of fitness issue but Neymar was there from the start and he tried to work his magic against an Atalanta side that has been very impressive this season.

Mbappe came in to play thirty-minute and got the assist for Maxim Choupo-Moting goal that sent them to the semi-final.

Speaking after the game with RMC Sport, Al-khelaifi was full of praises for his side and made a shocking statement that all Paris Saint-Germain fans have been dying to hear.

'Everyone said that Paris was not ready for the Champions League but we showed a great mentality, with great players," Al-Khelaifi said

'Our goal is very big but we are not thinking today of the final, only the semi-final. It's very important to change mentality.'

'You too, the media, everyone doubts PSG. The Champions League, we needed this victory to go further.'

'Neymar and Kylian are some of the best players in the world but it was the team that had a great game, even though Ney was really good.'

'In recent months he has changed in the team. They're both going to stay, they're never going to leave!'

Al-khelaifi also went ahead to reveal how proud he is as the win came on the 50th anniversary of the French side.

'It's a very special evening with the anniversary of the club,' Al-Khelaifi said.

'It was not easy with the end of the league season but we gave everything we had on the field.'

'I am really very proud. This is the first time that we have reached the semi-finals since the takeover in 2011.'

'We now have to think about the semi-final and not think about the final.'

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