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Barcelona candidate rules out Neymar return

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Barcelona presidential candidate Toni Freixa rules out a future move for Paris Saint-Germain forward Neymar if he is named as the replacement for Josep Maria Bartomeu.
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Barcelona presidential candidate Toni Freixa has revealed that he does not rate the ability of Paris Saint-Germain forward Neymar.

Ever since departing Camp Nou for Parc des Princes in 2017, the Brazil star has been linked with a future return to the La Liga giants.

Statements are currently being made with regards to future signings and appointments as a number of people stake their claim to replace Josep Maria Bartomeu.

However, despite Neymar's standing at Barcelona, Freixa has claimed that he has no intention of trying to secure a reunion with the 28-year-old.

Speaking to Cadena SER, Freixa said: "Neymar, because of his performance, is not even among the 30 best players in Europe right now. If I were president, I would not sign him.

"The most important thing about Barcelona is Barcelona itself. We do not depend on anyone."

PSG are currently attempting to extend Neymar's contract past the end of the 2021-22 season. body check tags ::

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La Liga Table
TeamPWDLFAGDPTS
1Atletico MadridAtletico1613213162541
2Real Madrid18114330151537
3Barcelona18104437172034
4Villarreal188822617932
5Real Sociedad1986529161330
6Sevilla179352115630
7Granada188372129-827
8Celta Vigo186572228-623
9CadizCadiz186571522-723
10Real Betis187292231-923
11Levante175662324-121
12Athletic Bilbao186392122-121
13Getafe175571518-320
14Valencia184772425-119
15EibarEibar184771518-319
16AlavesAlaves184681623-718
17Real Valladolid184681625-918
18ElcheElche163761421-716
19Osasuna183691527-1215
20Huesca181981428-1412
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