Real Madrid’s president reveals how Barcelona won the race for Neymar back in 2013



It is known that Real Madrid always wanted Neymar to play with them, but Barcelona won the race again in 2013 to sign the Brazilian and the Brazilian. Merengues The president just revealed why.

Neymar - Barcelona (2013)
© David Ramos / Getty ImagesNeymar – Barcelona (2013)

competition between Real Madrid And the Barcelona It’s always been really tough and that of course includes fighting for the guys. In 2011, both teams tried to sign Neymarbut after two years decided to join Bloggranas And now Merengues president Uncover the reason for making this decision.

There is a huge story between the two teams regarding the players who wore both jerseys. Some big names like Ronaldo, Figo, Luis EnriqueAmong other things, they dress appropriately for both Barcelona And the Real MadridClubs always strive to get the best bits available in the market.

Back in 2011, Spanish clubs had a new target: Neymar. The Brazilian star was lured by both teams, but that was the last Barcelona who signed it now Real Madrid president she has open What they did to win the race.

Florentino Perez reveals why Neymar decided to sign for Barcelona instead of Real Madrid

Florentino Perez is probably one of the most successful football chiefs around the world. He’s built some super teams throughout history, but of course he has setbacks and Neymar He is undoubtedly one of those.

In 2011, Neymar was a rising star in Brazil Santos FC. Lots of clubs made him the most valuable target, but Real Madrid and Barcelona were the best candidates to get him.

After a long two-year fight, Barcelona won the race against their biggest rivals and sign the Brazilian striker. Now, Florentino Perez has revealed the reason Neymar Decide in 2013 to join Bloggranas.

In 2011, Real Madrid sent Santos an offer to buy Neymar. I think he was around 45 million” Florentino Perez said after the Ballon d’Or. Players go where they want to. Neymar wanted Barcelona and that’s why he signed with them. Our bid was in 2011 for 45 million; Not 60 million as was said.”

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