It seems like Neymar’s woes just keep on piling one after another. This after his club Paris Saint-Germain have stated that they are willing to let him go.
Neymar’s future at Paris Saint-Germain has fallen under increasing scrutiny amid reports the French champions are ready to let the Brazil striker leave in the summer window.
According to L’Equipe on Sunday, PSG will be happy to accept large offers for Neymar, who reportedly believes his future lies away from the Parc des Princes.
The 27-year-old has been linked with a return to Barcelona and a move to Real Madrid as part of Zinedine Zidane’s summer overhaul at the Santiago Bernabeu
Neymar’s future has been a constant topic of discussion ever since he arrived in the French capital for a record-breaking £198million back in August 2017.
It is claimed that it would take an offer in excess of PSG’s original outlay for them to agree to the sell. The Brazilian is currently injured after he picked up an injury during a friendly with Qatar.
The Brazilian, who is set for another lengthy spell on the sidelines after suffering ankle ligament damage in a Copa America warm-up game earlier this month, has scored 51 times in 58 games for the Parisians and won the domestic double with the club last season.
While Real Madrid has expressed an interest, it appears more likely that Neymar would return to Barcelona if he was to leave this summer.
Barcelona star Lionel Messi spoke out recently about his desire to play alongside Neymar again while Madrid have turned their attention to Kylian Mbappe.
The Spanish giants’ fans are piling pressure on the club to sign the young Frenchman despite a deal looking highly improbable at this stage.
Mbappe poured cold water on a potential exit this month by insisting he will still be a Paris Saint-Germain player come next season.
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