Neymar return to Barcelona edges closer after fresh talks with club chief

Neymar return to Barcelona edges closer after fresh talks with club chief

- Brazil star edges closer to Barcelona return barely two seasons after leaving the club

- The 26-year-old joined the Parisians in the summer of 2017 in a world record deal around £200m

- Neymar has scored 11 goals and five assists in 11 Ligue 1 matches this campaign

Brazil international Neymay has once again emerge as top transfer target for Spanish League giants Barcelona this summer.

Having dumped the Catalans for Paris Saint Germain in a world record fee of £200 million in 2017, the attacker has been impressive for the Paris club.

Reports from the player's camp reveals he is not happy at the Parc Des Princes - hence fueling his exit rumours from the club.

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The 26-year-old has found the back of the net 17 times after 19 matches in all competitions this campaign.

And his combination with Kylian Mbappe in the attack of PSG has been deadly - scoring goals with ease.

Real Madrid are also interested in signing the star since the exit of Cristiano Ronaldo, since they have not been able to land Eden Hazard.

When Lionel Messi was asked about his former teammate last month, he said "we would love for him to come back."

The publication reported that Barca's representative Andre Cury met with Neymar's father in London in November ahead of a potential return to the Camp Nou.

Meanwhile, PSG are still under investigation over their alleged Financial Fair Play breach, as they might be forced to sell either him or Mbappe if found guilty.

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But if UEFA come calling then parting with Neymar for a fee similar to their initial outlay could be their best way out - particularly with Barcelona and the player increasingly keen to reunite. earlier reported that Neymar wants to return Barcelona after a year of leaving the club for a move to PSG.

The Brazilian left the Catalans in a world record move to Paris-Saint-Germain in the summer of 2017 and won the Ligue 1 title in his first season with the French club.

But according to reports in Spain, the 26-year-old is now growing increasingly keen to secure a move back to the Nou Camp at the end of this season.


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