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szdaily -> Sports
Neymar in China as rumors grow
    2017-August-1  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

NEYMAR greeted fans in Shanghai yesterday as speculation mounted that the Brazil star could be set to quit Barcelona for Paris Saint-Germain for a world-record fee.

The 25-year-old striker is at the center of an apparent tug of war between the two European giants in what would be the most expensive transfer fee in soccer history.

A training spat with new Barcelona signing Nelson Semedo during a pre-season tour in Miami ramped up chatter that Neymar could be about to swap Spain for the French capital.

Neymar, who has remained tight-lipped about the transfer rumors, posted a message for Chinese fans on Weibo, after arriving for a promotional visit.

“Ni Hao China! I’m Neymar Jr. and I’ve just arrived in China,” he wrote yesterday.

“I’m in Shanghai at the moment. I would like to send a huge hug to all my Chinese fans, thank you very much for your support.”

He posted messages in English and Chinese and asked for suggestions as to what he should do while in Shanghai, where he was scheduled to appear at an event for a fashion brand later yesterday.

Separately, China’s biggest online travel company Ctrip had said it was canceling an event with Neymar in Shanghai because he and his advisers were “busy with transfer issues.”

People close to the player subsequently told media there had never been an arrangement with the firm.

(SD-Agencies)

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