Bartomeu cautions PSG: Pay discharge provision or Neymar will stay
Neymar won't leave Barcelona unless his €222 million discharge proviso is paid, club president Josep Maria Bartomeu has said.
The most recent reports in France have asserted that the Brazil star has concurred individual terms with Paris Saint-Germain in front of a world-record exchange, implying that an arrangement could be finished as ahead of schedule as one week from now.
It has been recommended that PSG will offer Angel Di Maria in a section trade bargain with a specific end goal to lessen the cost of conveying Neymar to Parc des Princes, yet Bartomeu demands that nothing not as much as the full purchase out provision stipulated in his agreement will be acknowledged.
"They need to pay the proviso, down to the last peseta," he told ESPN.
"We need Neymar to stay however the provisos are there. In the event that he needs to go, they can pay it and he goes."
Bartomeu likewise recommended that PSG could end up in peril of spurning UEFA's Financial Fair Play confinements on the off chance that they seek after the exchange.
"UEFA has Fair Play controls and if any club surpasses them, they will be rebuffed," he said.