The president of the Collectif Ultras Paris, Romain Mabille, is the latest to give his thoughts on the Neymar saga. With the player seemingly on his way out of the club, he points to the club being more important than any person.
"At the moment they are just rumours. We don't know if he's close to leaving or signing a new deal," he told 'Le Parisien'. "In regards to this season, the supporters don't have any problem with Neymar. He changed his opinion and the way he behaved. He got injured but whenever he was on the pitch he did his job. If he stays, we'll be happy. But if he wants to go, he can do whatever he wants."
"There's less tension now than at the end of last season. He's moved forward with the supporters. We have Neymar with us, if he wants, we'd prefer that he stayed. But if he wants to go, we aren't going to cry about it either. A year ago we experienced something similar. If he doesn't want to be here, what's the point of keeping him? He won't perform well. It doesn't make sense to keep people like that at the club. For us, the most important thing is the club. PSG existed before Neymar and it'll continue existing after him. If he wants to stay, that would be even better."