Neymar Transfer: PSG offer former Barcelona star to Real Madrid. However, the higher ups at the Santiago Bernabeu are not as keen for the Brazilian anymore.
Ever since Neymar called Barcelona his home in a recent interview, transfer rumor mills have been speculating his return to Camp Nou this summer. However, if Paris Saint-Germaine have their way, the Brazilian would turn up on the opposite side at the El Classico.
Spanish outlet Marca have reported that PSG have offered the Brazilian forward to Real Madrid amidst interest from Barcelona. According to the publication, relationships between the two clubs soured when Barcelona pursued midfielder Marco Veratti 2 years back. PSG shot back with a huge offer for Barca Star Ivan Rakitic which resulted in the Croatian receiving a raise in Catalonia. Barcelona’s attempt at signing Adrien Rabiot helped their relationship go down the drain faster and PSG have not forgotten these incidents.
MARCA: PSG have offered Neymar to Real Madrid. They prefer to send him there than to Barca. pic.twitter.com/iyY38tfAHN
— M•A•J (@Ultra_Suristic) July 6, 2019
PSG have no desire to do business with Barcelona. In fact, if they had their way, Neymar would never play for Barcelona again. However, the Parisian club are aware that Neymar wants to leave the club and Barcelona seems to be his only option. Nasser Al-Khelaifi though, is not one to give up and has urged Real Madrid to purchase Neymar from them.
No room at the Bernabeu
Madrid however, are not keen on signing the Brazilian anymore. They have enough ammunition already in their attack. If they manage to offload Gareth Bale though, then they may consider bringing in Neymar. At the moment though, the Bernabeu is closed to the former Barcelona superstar.
The publication reports that Real Madrid and PSG share an amicable rivalry. They have constant dialogues between them and the Los Blancos tread carefully with the Parisians, looking to avoid any conflict with them. Madrid have insisted that if they were interested in any PSG player, then the French club would be the first to know.
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