Brazilian Football Confederation officials are awaiting the decision of Paris Saint-Germain star Neymar da Silva after his big disappointment with his exit from the Qatar 2022 World Cup quarter-finals.

Neymar didn’t seal his fate as he said after losing to Croatia on penalties that he wouldn’t announce anything in order to avoid any emotional decision.

In this regard, the French newspaper L’Equipe reported that the Brazilian Football Association is treating the psychological state of Neymar in the same way as Lionel Messi with the Argentina national team.

The French newspaper stated: “The Brazilian Federation does not intend to impose anything on Neymar, but rather leaves him to digest his disappointment and pays more attention to the matter of choosing a new coach who will replace coach Tita.”

She added: “The current trend of the Brazilian Football Confederation is to give Neymar a chance to take a breath, not by calling him to friendly matches, but by using him in big tournaments or important matches.”

She pointed out that this plan is similar to what happened to Lionel Messi after the shock of losing the 2016 Copa América final, when he left the Argentina national team after 6 weeks, then Leo left after 8 months, after the shock of leaving. World Cup 2018.

And she continued: “The plan paid off as Messi had a clear mark in crowning Argentina with the Copa América title in 2021 and reaching the final of the 2022 World Cup.”

L’Equipe concluded their report with Neymar currently taking a negative holiday in Brazil to relax mentally and will return to PSG’s training headquarters next Monday to resume a less glamorous career with his French side.

Source: “Wakalat”

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Chang Michel is a sports reporter for 24PalNews. He has also covered sports for TV and radio in Miami, Newark, and Atlanta. Chang, a native of Queens, NY, graduated from Georgetown University with a degree in international affairs and French.

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