PSG: MLS boss does not want « pre-retired » Neymar in his championship

A few days ago, Neymar said during a live Twitch with Ronaldo, that he would not be against playing in MLS before the end of his career. Don Garber, commissioner of the MLS responded to the comments of the Parisian number 10 at a press conference to launch the season.

Neymar in MLS at the end of his contract with Paris Saint-Germain? under contract until June 2025 with the club of the capital, the Brazilian will then be 34 years old. Earlier this week during a live Twitch with Ronaldo, the Parisian number 10 confided his desire to discover the American championship before the end of his career. But MLS commissioner Don Garber said he doesn’t want pre-retirees in his league.

« We don’t need to bring in big names at the end of their careers because they’ve decided to retire from MLS. If they don’t come to play and make a meaningful contribution to the league, respecting the league and the fans, then we don’t want them. You know, when Zlatan left, nobody said he was going to Italy to retire. Honestly, I felt insulted. Because if Ibrahimovic had come to us at the same age he was when he went to Milan, it would have been a transfer in the form of retirement on his part. He worked hard in MLS and does it in Serie A. I don’t quite understand why we are seen differently but that’s how it is”replied Don Garber, commissioner of the MLS season launch press conference.

In the meantime, Neymar will be on the lawn of the Parc des Princes, Saturday at 9 p.m. against AS Saint-Etienne during the 26th day of Ligue 1.

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