​Ligue 1 champions Paris Saint-Germain reportedly confronted European giants ​Real Madrid over the Neymar situation with president Nasser Al-Khelaifi admitting they were annoyed by the constant speculation relating to the Spanish club and the Brazilian forward.


Multiple reports emerged in the summer that Neymar was the top target for Real, with it being understood that they had come to an agreement with his father and agent over a potential transfer.


Al-Khelaifi has insisted they share a good working relationship with the Spanish club but warned that they would not tolerate any work being done behind the scenes.



“It is not a favourable situation and we have spoken about it Madrid. No club should be talking about our players our vice versa, it gives the image that there is work being done behind the scenes and that is annoying."


"We respect Real Madrid and its president, Florentino Perez, while we also hope that they share the same feelings for us, it’s a good relationship," he said as quoted by ​Football Espana.


“This is the understanding we want with all clubs, not only Madrid, because it is important to have dialogue surrounding issues and not use underhand tactics."


"La Liga president Javier Tebas? I have told him that when talking about people, it is better to say it to their faces rather than behind their backs. He should worry about his own problems rather than a club which does not concern his jurisdiction.”


Despite mounting speculation, Neymar confirmed that he would stay in the French capital and help the club in their aim of capturing the UEFA Champions League title.