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Neymar came back to Paris before the planned come back

Neymar came back to Paris before the planned come back

After a quarter of a year in Brazil, Neymar came back to Paris, ahead of the planned come back to training for Paris Saint-Germain on June 22.

PSG has been delegated French champions for the third straight season after the Ligue 1 campaign has been cut short however they are hoping to prepare for two household cup finals and the Champions League’s eventual return.

After beating Borussia Dortmund 3-2 in the aggregate, Thomas Tuchel ‘s side qualified for the quarter-finals with their 2-0 home victory on March 11 being one of the last top-level games played in Europe before lockdown.

Four days after that game, Neymar traveled home to Brazil as lockdown limitations were forced in France. He has now followed PSG’s advice to come back to France before June 15, to avoid a potential fourteen-day quarantine. From that date, European nations could survey their states of passage into the nation.

It has been generally announced that Brazil has now passed through the UK to record the world’s second-most elevated death toll for coronavirus, and arrivals from badly-hit nations are probably going to face increasingly tough limitations if strategy changes are made in France.

PSG has several players from South America in their ranks, many of whom got back when lockdown started.

Edinson Cavani, Captain Thiago Silva, and Keylor Navas are all normal to come back to France before Tuesday, with Marquinhos having already done as such.

In spite of the league campaign’s frustration being curtailed, PSG is as yet wanting to win this season a historic quadruple.

They are set to face Saint-Etienne in the final of the Coupe de France and to play Lyon in the Coupe de la Ligue final. At this point, neither one of the matches has an affirmed date.

Meanwhile plans to attempt to complete the Champions League are as yet being assembled. Along with RB Leipzig, Atletico Madrid, and Atalanta, PSG qualified for the quarter-finals.

The remaining last-16 ties are still to be finished between Real Madrid and Manchester City, Chelsea and Bayern Munich, Lyon and Juventus as well as Napoli and Barcelona.

Reports say that the most probable scenario right now is for all remaining knockout connects to happen in one city to limit unnecessary travel across the mainland.