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Submitted by karim 843d ago | news

'I have no agreement with Barcelona' - Neymar

The Brazilian starlet has denied rumours that Santos have already completed a deal with the Catalan giants that would see him join the club either next summer or in 2014

Neymar has dismissed reports of a pre-existing agreement that will see him move from Santos to Barcelona, reaffirming his commitment to his current club. (Barcelona, Neymar, Santos FC, Transfers)

karim  +   842d ago
Good..Those agreement reports are seriously annoying, apparently he has an agreement with Chelsea, Madrid, Barcelona, PSG, Anzhi etc..
abzdine  +   842d ago
this player is overhyped! he hasn't won anything his team isn't doing well either. Ok he has good technique but nothing worth all the hype.
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karim  +   842d ago
He's pretty good, defo won't pay more than 30M for him
Amsz94  +   842d ago
Hopefully he won't join Barcelona, such an over-hyped player, and imo he's not that great.

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