The Spanish press already talks about a return of Neymar to the League
Footballer Neymar arrives with his mother, Nadine Goncalves da Silva, to Belo Horizonte, Brazil, on March 2, 2018 to undergo foot surgery
The hard elimination in ‘Champions’ of the Paris SG has returned to shoot the rumors on the future of Neymar, with the Spanish press already speaking of movements for its return to the Spanish League.
“Envoys of the (Real) Madrid saw a few weeks ago in Paris with the father of the player and two lawyers to explore the signing,” said Friday the AS Madrid newspaper.
The sports newspaper says that “the PSG would ask 400 million euros (492.6 million dollars) to release Neymar,” says journalist Manu Sainz, with a reputation close to the influential Portuguese agent Jorge Mendes.
According to this information, the representatives of the white club informed the father, also agent, of the Brazilian star “of the interest in signing his son and of the intention of disbursing the 400 million euros”, as well as of “the strategy to follow and the emoluments that Neymar Jr. would receive for the premium of the signing and annual salary “.
AS considers that “since the arrival of Bale, in 2013 (for 100 million euros), Madrid has not signed any ‘galactic'” and has a healthy accounts to deal with the signing.
“Neymar is chosen by the club to become the player with whom to lead the world of football after the Christian era,” he adds.
However, from Catalonia, the newspaper Mundo Deportivo (MD) states that, since his departure to the PSG paying the clause of rescission of 222 million euros, Neymar “has been offering repeatedly to return to the club azulgrana” from the summer of 2019.
These offers would have arrived before the elimination of the PSG and its injury, adds MD, explaining that the player and his environment have sent “different levels” of Barça who made an error.
“Neymar has come to ask people of importance in Barça what they should do to return admitting their wrong bet last summer,” according to MD.
But, MD remembers that “the wound of his betrayal, although sutured with 222 million euros, still oozes”.
“There are also those who believe that this offer, difficult to accept, is an alibi to justify their future march to Madrid,” citing an eventual Barca refusal, adds MD.