Neymar has allegedly called for the removal of Jorge Jesus as the manager of Al Hilal following a reported altercation in the dressing room.
After spending six years at Paris Saint-Germain, Neymar made a high-profile move to the Saudi Professional League club, Al Hilal, during the summer transfer window for a reported €90 million fee. Since joining Al Hilal, the Brazilian star has made three appearances in various competitions and has contributed two assists.
However, following a 1-1 draw against Navbahor Namangan in the AFC Champions League, Jorge Jesus reportedly left Neymar unimpressed by criticizing his performance and attitude. According to Spanish news outlet Mundo Deportivo, Neymar is now pushing for the club to dismiss Jesus as the coach.
The report also suggests that club directors have met with Jesus’s agent and cautioned about the possibility of terminating the coach’s contract if Al Hilal’s performance does not improve in the near future. The situation highlights the tension between the star player and the manager, potentially leading to significant changes within the team.