Chelsea legend, Jason Cundy, has informed the new initiative with respect to the club under the direction of Todd Boehly not to sign Paris Saint-Germain forward, Neymar.
Cundy said Neymar is exaggerated, adding that he doesn’t believe the Brazilian worldwide should come to Stamford Bridge.
Neymar, 30, has been connected with a transition to Chelsea this mid year.
His comrade Thiago Silva, who as of now plays for Chelsea, had proactively encouraged him to join the Blues from PSG.
“All things considered, you understand my viewpoints on Neymar, I think he is misrepresented. Great player, yet misrepresented. Everything unquestionably revolves around him. Eden Hazard was a cooperative person,” Cundy told TalkSPORT.
“Neymar has been connected with Chelsea for some time, I have consistently said I wouldn’t need him close to my club. I don’t think he is the kind of player that Chelsea need.
“Is it true that he is a decent player? Is it true that he is skilled? Indeed, I don’t question that briefly. Be that as it may, I wouldn’t need him close to Chelsea.”