From Real Madrid’s rejection to Neymar prompting his PSG exit : Mora
The Johan Cruff Arena belonged to Lucas Moura on Wednesday night as Tottenham superhero pulled them back from three goals behind with a second-half hat-trick to reach the Champions League final.
Spurs’ task looked impossible at half-time, but that’s not something the Brazilian understands because throughout his career, he has needed to conquered misfortune and lacks things his own specific manner.
In 2012, having impressed with Sao Paulo, Moura was on the radar of Europe’s elite club and at 19 years old, Real Madrid turned him down even after mentor Jose Mourinho had gone to see him play in Hamburg for Brazil against Denmark.
PSG ‘yes’ and Neymar’s arrival
PSG gambled on him, paying 40 million euros for his administrations as he participated in January 2013.
The forward signed until 2017, before renewing until 2019 in 2015. But that contract wasn’t seen out because Neymar’s arrival forced changes at the Parc des Princes, and Lucas was one of those yielded.
Moura had already won 16 titles in Paris before setting off for England as he joined Tottenham. Spurs spent 27 million euros on the player as he wrote an arrangement until 2023.
On Wednesday night he showed the fight he’s known for, which never enables him to surrender, notwithstanding when looked with affliction.