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Neymar will not step on the Princes Park to play with him PSG or at least that is what the French club itself and the football player and his environment intends. Everyone works to find a way out, since he doesn't want to continue and pretend to return to Spain. But his attitude, precisely for that reason, has also ended up tiring Taste.
That is what ensures a medium like Le parisien, closely linked to Paris Saint-Germain. The Real Madrid He has placed himself on pole to take over the services of the Brazilian player, who had also played throughout the summer to reinforce the ranks of the Barcelona. However, and as EL BERNABÉU has been publishing, the PSG prefers to see him dressed in white, especially because of the zero relationship they have with Can Barça and Bartomeu for the 'case Verratti'.
Mind you, not at any price. The French medium reveals that the set of Paris At least he wants 200 million euros for Neymar. Do not forget that just two years ago, the PSG was made with the services of the former Saints in exchange for paying the clause he had in Barcelona, set at 222 'kilos'. “Annoyed at the desire to leave Neymar, Qatar, owner of the PSG, wants a lot of money in return,” they point out from Le parisien.
Real Madrid's interest in Neymar is not new. The talented footballer has always liked a lot in the noble zone. So much when he played in his Brazil natal, as when he went to the military in the ranks of Barça or began a new stage in the City of Light. Now you could finally see the player in the Santiago Bernabeu, where he would be welcomed with open arms by the merengue costumes.
Negotiation in progress
Leonardo, PSG's sports director, threw the bomb by stating that negotiations for Neymar's departure from the club “are advanced”, but that an agreement had not yet been reached. On the other hand, L'Équipe he talks about how players like Bale, James Rodriguez or even Isco.
(More information – The PSG uncovers the negotiations for Neymar: “They are advanced, but there is still no agreement”)