Neymar has been heavily linked with a move to Spanish giants Real Madrid.
La Liga giants, Real Madrid, have denied reports by TVE, that the Los Blancos have made an offer for PSG superstar, Neymar.
Reports from TVE on Monday claimed that Real Madrid had made a world-record offer of 310 million euros for the former Barcelona forward, to which PSG has not yet made a solid response. Further reports also revealed that the Spanish giants will sign a seven-year deal with Neymar, worth 45 million euros per season.
Neymar played an integral part in Brazil’s progress to the quarter-finals of the World Cup on Monday, and later that evening, the Los Blancos denied a report that they made a 310 million euros offer for the Brazilian star.
It is understood that club president, Florentino Perez, is a big fan of the PSG star, and wants to land him at the Bernabeu, after missing a chance to sign him when Neymar left Santos to join Barcelona.
However, the story reported by TVE claimed a huge offer made by Real to PSG, however, the club were quick to refuse any such deal made to the French giants.
“Given the information issued tonight by TVE on a supposed offer for Neymar made by Real Madrid to PSG, Real Madrid can confirm that this information is false and Real Madrid haven’t made any kind of offer to PSG or the player,” an official statement claimed.
“Real Madrid are surprised that Spanish public television has been able to broadcast absolutely false information without anybody from the broadcaster contacting any involved parties to check the validity of information that would have been denied.”