PSG sporting director Leonardo: It is up to Nenê to decide his future
Paris Saint-Germain sporting director Leonardo has revealed that it is up to Brazilian forward Nenê to decide his future.
Nenê, 31, who wants to leave the French giants and return to Brazil after falling out with coach Carlo Ancelotti, has only having six months left on his contract and is a target for a number of clubs, with Santos, Besiktas and Al-Arabi showing most interest.
“It is he who him what he decides, but if he decides to stay, he stays,” Leonardo is quoted by Globo Esporte.
“He has got pretty things here, but he is 31 years old and there are six other players in the same position, younger and with room to improve. PSG has lots of competition and you have to accept it.”
Leanardo confirmed that the signing of Lucas Moura will be the only business the club will do this January but did not rule out a move for Real Madrid star Cristiano Ronaldo in the future,
“PSG has become the club where anything is possible. Ronaldo has a big contract with Real, there is nothing concrete and there is no contact. But when it comes to the transfer of a grand player like him, there are four or five clubs he can play for and PSG is one of them.”
Source: Globo Esporte