Neymar Reaches An Agreement With PSG President To Leave The Club
Neymar could be about to make a sensational exit from Paris Saint-Germain after reaching an agreement with the club.
According to Cadena SER, the former Barcelona forward has met with PSG president Nasser Al-Khelaifi about a transfer away from the French club.
The 26-year-old Brazilian would be allowed to leave the Ligue 1 champions next summer for €220m. If Neymar remains with the club until 2020, then PSG will drop its asking price to below €200m.
SPORTbible reported yesterday that Neymar was unhappy in the French capital, with the PSG star feeling overshadowed by fellow teammate Kylian Mbappé.
Real Madrid have had a long-term interest in Neymar and could be ready to move for him to fill the void that Cristiano Ronaldo left after his summer move to Juventus.
However, Barcelona are also interested in bringing him back to the club.
Neymar became the most expensive footballer in the world in 2017 after PSG signed him for €222m (£200m) on a five-year deal.
The Brazilian has made an impressive start to the season, scoring a hat-trick in PSG's 6-1 thrashing of Red Star Belgrade in the Champions League earlier this month.
Thomas Tuchel's side have made a blistering start to their title defence and have won all nine of their opening matches in the league.
PSG are currently third in Group C and are level on points with Liverpool. They lost their opening match against the Reds thanks to Roberto Firmino's late strike.
The club will face off against Napoli, who are at the top of Group C, on October 28th at the Stadio San Paolo.
Would you like to see #Neymar back to #Barcelona? pic.twitter.com/cxH0kfN4kh
- Emilio Sansolini (@EmilioSansolini) 18 October 2018
Neymar has reportedly told his former Barça teammates that he is disgusted in Paris and that this will be his last season there. :flushed: (@elchiringuitotv)
He's NEVER going to be happy... pic.twitter.com/0daWBZcED1
- TeamFA (@TeamFA) 18 October 2018
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