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Neymar surprised PSG about the birthday party

For the first time in years, the Brazilian striker was modest when preparing to welcome the new age.
L’Equipe reported that Neymar decided to change the way he celebrated his 28-year-old birthday party. The former Barca player will welcome the new age on February 5. He plans to experience a cozy and private birthday party with relatives, instead of noisy organization like every year.

Normally like every year, the most expensive player in the world or celebrate a new age with luxurious parties, with a luxurious atmosphere and hundreds of guests. However, according to a source close to the player, this year Neymar will hold a birthday party in a different way.

Initially, Neymar still wanted everything to be spectacular, when he planned to party at a famous club near the Paris art museum. Player born in 1992 intends to invite hundreds of guests, including players, showbiz and friends from Brazil.

However, Neymar then changed his plans at the last minute. Brazilian UOL page said Neymar’s 28-year-old birthday party will be “quieter and more private” than any year. The Brazilian striker also informed PSG he will try to be “professional and serious” at the birthday party, avoiding the trouble as in previous years.

This makes the Paris Saint-Germain leadership happy, because on Neymar’s birthday, PSG will have a match in Ligue 1 against Nantes. Less than two weeks later, PSG will have an important match in the round of 16 of the Champions League against Dortmund .

Last year, despite being seriously injured, Neymar still held a 27th birthday party monumentally with red tones as the mainstream. He crutches to attend and dance with friends all night. In 2018, Neymar held a birthday party in the lavish building of Pavillon Cambon, which can accommodate up to 1,000 guests at once.

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