Neymar popular professional football player, one of the highest-paid player in the world was cited in the news that he would appear in Tokyo Olympics but Andre Jardine, Brazilian football coach has stated that though he wanted to pick star forward Neymar admitted that it would be difficult on Thursday, April 22, 2021.
Neymar jr is booked and busy with his upcoming competitions
Neymar at present playing alongside the Paris Saint Germain football club he had been under this contract since 2017 .he is about to reach 100 games for Paris Saint Germain. Paris Saint-Germain will play against Metz at Stade Saint-Symphorien in the French Ligue 1 on April 24, 2021.
Brazil has raised its gold Cup on its own soil 5 years ago in 2016 now it’s time to keep its standards. Brazil has won the title by Neymar with a spot-kick for following a 1-1 draw, with a penalty shoot-out.
As Neymar is totally booked and busy with his hectic schedule, due to play in the Copa America in Argentina and Colombia from June 13 to July 11. And the Tokyo Olympics just start on 23 July 2021 right after the 10 days. Paris Saint Germain has to appear for exciting UEFA CHAMPIONS LEAGUE semifinals against Manchester City on Wednesday, April 28, 2021, at the Parc des Princes.
As of April 24 2021 Paris Saint Germain, a French-based football club has to play against Metz, the semi-finals are still yet to finish by 24 May 2021.
As it seems that the possibility of Neymar at the Olympics is obviously difficult as the Paris Saint Germain players are under no obligation agreement of players to release them for competition.
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Andre Jardine, the coach himself stated that he wanted to pick eminent forward Neymar in the team but difficult at this moment said on 22 April 2021, that he committed to the Paris Saint Germain club. As he had to play in the team for the Coupe de France semifinals, UEFA Champions League semi-finals.
In spite of his great journey, he sticks with his home team Paris Saint Germain as he due to play in America and Colombia. He who inspired Brazil to lift the Olympic cup has no slight chance of representing his nation this year at the Tokyo Olympics. Despite the situation, the player has much more opportunities ahead.
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