Neymar Jr’s Father Confirms Talk With FC Barcelona Over Lawsuit Settlement
Neymar Jr. (Photo Credits: Shaun Botterill/Getty Images)

Neymar’s father has confirmed that his advisors are in talks with La Liga side FC Barcelona for the settlement of a lawsuit between his son and the Spanish club. According to the reports from the Spanish newspaper El Mundo, the PSG forward has filed a new lawsuit against the Catalan giants for the unpaid salary from when he left two seasons ago. However, Neymar’s father has confirmed that it is not a new lawsuit but a part of the same original lawsuit stemming from 2017 during the Brazilian’s departure to Paris Saint Germain. Neymar Sr is assured that his delegates and Barcelona will resolve the situation quickly. Antonio Brown, Neymar, Bryce Harper Top the Most-Searched Athletes in Google Year in Search 2019 Global List.

The Brazilian superstar id demanding up to 3.5 million Euros in unpaid bonuses, following the 27-year-olds 222 million euros record move from Spanish giants FC Barcelona to French champions Paris Saint Germain. This countered the lawsuit Barcelona had filed against the Brazilian for an alleged breach in the contract at the same time. In a recent interview with Cadena Ser, Neymar’s father who also acts as his agent said that the action was part of the original lawsuit and is confident that the issue will be resolved quickly. 'It's a demand about his termination when he left the club,' Neymar Sr said. ‘Neither Barcelona nor us are worried. We will solve this situation.’ He added.

The Brazilians lawsuit against Barcelona is taking place at the same time when the former Barcelona star is linked with a move back to the Catalan club. The 27-year-old has expressed his desire to leave PSG and has been linked heavily with many clubs including Real Madrid and Manchester United. The Brazilian is still with PSG and after his controversial statements about the club has found it difficult to win over an angry fan base which could see him leaving the club in the upcoming transfer windows.