Kylian Mbappé ousts Neymar as fans' favourite at PSG
Replica shirts featuring the name of the Brazilian are hard to come by at all PSG retail outlets with the Mbappe No.7 shirt currently the best selling.
The ongoing tension between Neymar and PSG is palpable. The most expensive player in the history of the game now doesn't even hold a place of privilege in the club's official retain outlets in the French capital. Shirts bearing the names of Cavani, Marquinhos and Mbappé are in high demand in the main Megastore beside the Parc de los Princes with the French international being the most sought after.
A rummage through the shirt selection does feature a few shirts bearing the Brazilian's name but his image is absent in all marketing material showcasing the newly released retro looking third shirt. Everything points to the French club working towards a summer exit for the Brazilian with it obvious that Kylian Mbbappe is now clearly the new poster boy for the Ligue 1 side.
A new series of eye catching PSG legends murals outside the stadium include the likes of Dogliani, Dahleb, Susic, Pilorget, Lama, Ginola, Weah, Rai, Ronaldinho, Pauleta and Swedish striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic was recently commissioned. At present it's clear that there is plenty of work ahead for Neymar to rekindle the admiration and support of the Parc des Princes faithful to feature in a future version of the mural. Upon being asked, "what does Neymar have to do to win over the PSG fans"? Yann a fan taking photos of the graffiti mural took no time to answer. "Neymar? He needs to win the Champions League".
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