Rumour has it: Neymar angry with PSG after Barca anticlimax, USA eyes Phil Neville after Ellis exit

The summer transfer window is now closed and it's now time for the football world to react. We round up the front and back pages across Europe.

Published : Sep 03, 2019 12:59 IST

Perhaps in 2020? Barca sure thinks so. Does Neymar?
Perhaps in 2020? Barca sure thinks so. Does Neymar?

Perhaps in 2020? Barca sure thinks so. Does Neymar?

The Neymar transfer saga is over for at least another window, but it remains to be seen how the star responds at Paris Saint-Germain.

Neymar, 27, was largely expected to return to Barcelona, only for no agreement to be reached between the clubs before the window closed on Monday.

Unsurprisingly, the superstar forward is far from happy.

READ : No Barca for Neymar, loan flurry: Transfer window's biggest stories


Neymar is very sad and deeply angry with PSG over his failed Barcelona move, according to Sport .

However, they also report Barcelona is convinced Neymar will return to Camp Nou in 2020.

Sport says Barca offered €150million – with €20m coming from Neymar – plus Ivan Rakitic and Jean-Clair Todibo on permanent deals and Ousmane Dembele on loan, only for the deal to be rejected.

Transfer deadline day, as it happened


- After plenty of debate, the Premier League will extend its close-season transfer window until September 1 next year, according to The Sun . Several clubs have been frustrated after they only had until August 8 to complete their business as the rest of Europe remained active.

- With Jill Ellis set to leave her post as United States  head coach, the Women's World Cup winners have lined up England boss Phil Neville as their number one target to replace her, according to the Daily Mail.

- Manchester United is looking to the future. Sport Witness reports the Premier League giants sent scouts to watch Benfica duo Ruben Dias , 22, and Florentino Luis , 20, against Sporting Braga on Sunday, lining the pair up as two potential transfer targets.

- After collecting just five points from four Premier League games, Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is getting frustrated. Solskjaer is frustrated by the failures of Marcus Rashford and Anthony Martial to score "scruffy" goals, according to The Athletic.

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