Recap: Al Hilal vs Nawabahour 1:1/Sport1
Neymar is not happy at Saudi Arabia's Al Hilal, is anyone surprised? The Brazilian arrived in the Gulf a few weeks ago with great fanfare, but yesterday (Sunday) it was reported that at the moment the sides are not happy with the connection and today it was claimed in Brazil that the striker wants home.
It was reported yesterday that Neymar had demanded that the club's leaders sack Portuguese coach Jorge Jesus. The two apparently clashed after the draw against Uzbek side Nwabahur (1:1) in the Asian Champions League, and according to one report, the business almost deteriorated into urgency.
The claim is that Neymar does not get along with Jesus and not only asked the management to fire him, but asked to appoint former Brazil national team coach Tite - with whom he has a very warm relationship.
Meanwhile, Al Hilal are not at all satisfied with the Brazilian's fitness (and that of several other "stars" in the team) and raise questions about his seriousness. And Neymar himself? At home they say he wants to come back.
Al Hilal Player, Neymar/GettyImages, Francois Nel
Brazilian journalist Admir Quintino tweeted today: "I spoke to mutual acquaintances of Neymar and myself and according to the information I received, he signed for two years and not four as claimed. His goal is to return to Santos in 2025, a year before the World Cup. Neymar has already approached Santos and told their leaders that he wants to come back."
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- Al Hilal
- Jorge Jesus