'We won't have to put up with him anymore': soccer legend rejoiced at Neymar's departure from Europe, calling him a bacillus on the pitch
Legendary German footballer Paul Breitner spoke ironically about the transfer of Brazilian Neymar from French PSG to Saudi Arabia's Al-Hilal. The 1974 world champion thanked the management of the Arab club for saving Europeans from having to watch the eternal simulations of the striker.
This Breitner said on the air of the radio program Blickpunkt Sport, writes the portal of the publication Bayerischer Rundfunk. The winner of the European Cup of Champions-74 expressed bewilderment over the decisions of world soccer stars, who massively agreed to sign a contract with clubs from Saudi Arabia.
"Thank you, dear Saudis, for buying Mr. Neymar, one of the greatest actors who only gesticulated and dramatized. The truest bacillus on the left flank. We won't have to put up with him anymore. What will he, Ronaldo, Mane do there with his money? If the Saudis are going to act like the Americans did in the 70s with their opera league, that is to buy players only for crazy money, they should continue to do so," Breitner said.
Recall, Neymar moved to Al-Hilal for 90 million euros and set a world soccer record. He signed a two-year contract with the Saudi club for 160 million euros.
As reported by OBOZREVATEL, Arabian Al-Nasr star Cristiano Ronaldo marked a monstrous antics during the final match of the Arabian Champions League with Al-Hilal.