Neymar's agent opens talks with five Premier League clubs including Man Utd and Liverpool
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Neymar’s agent has opened talks with five Premier League clubs, including Manchester United and Liverpool, according to a report.
Erik ten Hag has been keen to add to United’s attacking ranks ever since the acrimonious departure of Cristiano Ronaldo last November.
Meanwhile, Liverpool have endured a torrid season, and Jurgen Klopp has been tipped to sign several summer reinforcements in a bid to rejuvenate the Anfield club's squad.
One player that could be available at the end of the season is Neymar. The Brazilian has faced criticism in the French press for his party lifestyle while there have been ongoing reports of an alleged feud between the 31-year-old and Kylian Mbappe.
The winger, who has scored 12 goals and provided 10 assists in his 19 Ligue 1 appearances this term, has now been linked with a move away from Paris Saint-Germain.
Neymar to the Premier League
According to a fresh 90min report, several Premier League clubs have been alerted to the possible availability of Neymar.
The attacker remains under contract until 2025 and PSG are reportedly not rushing to offload the player, who was signed in 2017 from Barcelona for a record £200million.
However, 90min claim the French giants are open to Neymar’s possible departure at the end of the season, with several Premier League clubs having been spoken to over a potential deal.
Intermediaries have allegedly held talks with Chelsea, Liverpool, Manchester City, Manchester United and Newcastle United, informing each that the Brazil icon is interested in a move to the Premier League.
Neymar was also reportedly mentioned during a meeting between Chelsea co-owner Todd Boehly and PSG counterpart Nasser Al-Khelaifi.
The alleged meeting had initially been scheduled to discuss the failed loan move of Hakim Ziyech, from Chelsea to PSG.
Yet, the eccentric Chelsea owner is said to be open to making a high-profile signing and is “intrigued” by Neymar’s possible availability.