Neymar has called for an end to "false stories" about his alleged frosty relations with PSG coach Unai Emery and striker Edinson Cavani. Neymar moved from Barcelona in August for a world record £200m and said he immediately sat down with Emery to plan their future together. Neymar and strike partner Cavani reportedly fell out over penalty-taking duties in September after the Uruguayan refused to let the former take a spot-kick in PSG's 2-0 win over Lyon, but the Brazilian says stories of discontent are untrue. "I want to ask you to stop creating stories which are not true," Neymar told a press conference following Brazil's 3-1 international friendly victory over Japan in Lille, before leaving in tears. "I want to say what I think. I'm totally realistic and what I don't like is these false stories about me, there is nothing bothering me at my club.
Emotional Neymar wants end to 'false' stories about frosty relationships at PSG
Sky Sports | Nov 10