PSG are bullish on Neymar

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Neymar had recently sat out Brazil's global friendlies against Russian Federation and Germany due to injury.

Neymar, who is crucial to Brazil's hopes at the World Cup which starts in Russian Federation on June 14, was hurt on February 25 against Marseille and returned to Brazil for treatment.

The Brazil superstar is recovering in his homeland from a fractured foot sustained in a 3-0 Ligue 1 win against rivals Marseille last month.

According to PSG coach Unai Emery, Neymar, who is now rehabilitating his injured foot in Brazil, will be back to action for the French club within "two to three weeks".

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Although PSG can take the first step towards a domestic treble in Saturday's Coupe de la Ligue final against Monaco on Saturday, rumours about Emery's future beyond the end of the season have been intensifying since his side were knocked out of the Champions League by Real Madrid.

The Italian has been insistent on honouring his contract with Chelsea, but PSG have been reportedly been in touch with his entourage regarding him replacing Unai Emery.

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He will be crucial to Brazil's chances of winning the world cup in Russian Federation this summer.

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