Neymar has decided to sue Barcelona again, by reportedly filing a case against the La Liga champions. According to the Brazilian, he’s still due the loyalty bonus that was included in his contract. It was a sum of €3.5 million which he feels he should have been paid after his move to Paris Saint Germain.
According to a report from El Mundo, Neymar sued the Catalan club as he feels his former employers ‘acted in bad faith’. The controversial Brazilian has also claimed that a sum of 100,000 euros, which was included in his contract as a bonus, is still unpaid.
In all he believes that a total of €43.6 million is still unpaid. This amount includes his last year’s salary at Barcelona along with the stated bonuses. The La Liga outfit did promise him to pay the sum but they eventually broke their promise, claims El Mundo.
Though it is believed that the PSG star did propose to withdraw all these cases. But only given there was a transfer move in place, which will bring him back to Camp Nou. And the summer transfer window was actually flooded with Barcelona’s rumoured move for Neymar. But none of these rumours materialised and he was left unhappy at PSG.
However, things have changed now and the Brazilian international has claimed that he is happy at Parc des Princes. And with his latest attempts to sue Barcelona he has only complicated his move back to Camp Nou, closing one of the few available exit doors for himself.