PSG superstar Neymar has claimed that he doesn’t have any issues with Celtic.
The Brazilian is set to be in action for the French league leaders against the Hoops in tonight’s Champions League group stage game.
He was involved in a spat with Celtic youngster Anthony Ralston towards the end of PSG’s 5-0 win over Celtic in Glasgow in September.
He also had feuds with Scott Brown and Mikael Lustig whilst he played for Barcelona.
Speaking to the Daily Record, Neymar said that his issue isn’t with Celtic, but with referees.
“It is a question I am asked ‘if I have a problem with Celtic’ and there is no problem. We had a game where it was intense but that was many years ago now.”
He continued: “I am used to being on the end of some rough treatment. All I can do is trust the referees to do their job. For me this game is nothing personal, it’s just business. Just a chance to get three points.
“It is always good to win big as we did in Scotland but the most important thing is we get the win.”
Celtic face a tough task against a PSG team who are currently running riot in both the French league and in their Champions League group.
The Hoops then face Motherwell in the Betfred Cup Final at Hampden Park on Sunday.
In other Celtic news, Charlie Nicholas has predicted a big victory for PSG tonight