Mundo Deportivo: Neymar called for the dismissal of Jorge Jesus from Al-Hilal
The Brazilian striker of the Saudi Al-Hilal team, Neymar, called for the dismissal of the team’s head coach, Jorge Jesus. This was reported by Mundo Deportivo.
On September 18, the club drew 1:1 with the Uzbek Navbahor in the Asian Champions League match. During the game, Neymar pushed an opposing player and hit him with the ball when the opponent fell. According to Mundo Deportivo, in the locker room Jesus criticized the Brazilian, which caused a conflict between the player and the coach. Now the forward demands that the team management dismiss the Portuguese specialist.
Neymar moved to Saudi Arabian Al-Hilal on August 15. According to RMC Sport, PSG sold the forward for 90 million euros excluding bonuses.
Since 2017, the Brazilian has played for Paris Saint-Germain. He joined the club for a record 222 million euros. From 2013 to 2017 he played for Barcelona.
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