Former Barcelona star Neymar Jr inquires that UEFA to ban Barcelona from the Champions League after neglecting to honour his £23million loyalty reward, as indicated by reports in Spain.
The PSG forward was exhorted by his attorneys to make the most grounded possible move against the Catalan club after they refused to pay the €26m (£23m) expense following his record move to Paris Saint-Germain in the summer transfer window.
Spanish outlet AS report that UEFA was quick to dismiss Neymar’s request to ban the Barcelona from the Champions League
The Brazilian £198m move to PSG was held up until August so the Neymar’s father would get the loyalty bonus owed by Barcelona after July 31.
However, Barcelona failed to honour the bonus in Neymar’s contract agreement, with a club representative guaranteeing he had reneged on the deal in the wake of negotiating with other teams before the loyalty bonus was due.
Barcelona sporting director Raul Sanllehi, who assumed a vital part in bringing Neymar to the club, has left the Nou Camp.
Marca report that Sanllehi did as such ‘on his own desire’ but was left baffled by the way of Neymar’s takeoff to PSG. Neymar has influenced a solid start to life in Paris since joining for a world-record fee, scoring eight times in his first eight games for the Parisian in all competition.