Barcelona ´relaxed´ over Neymar to PSG speculation

Vincent De Villiers
Julho 18, 2017

Barcelona wasted little time responding to fresh rumours linking Neymar with a move away from the Camp Nou on Monday, as technical secretary Robert Fernandez told reporters the Brazilian isn't going anywhere.

As per Sport, following on from signing a new contract with Barca last October, he is tied up until 2021.

According to Sport, despite everything seemingly being well at the club, there are advisors in his team who continue to push him to leave Barcelona in order to step out of Messi's shadow.

Obviously Neymar would be a sensational signing if they could lure him to Old Trafford but Barca are unlikely to sell unless they have to so the newspaper says United may have to trigger his £175m release clause if they want to get a deal agreed.

I've adapted, but anything can happen, who knows. "I want to have the best squad possible but it's hard to improve because we already have the best players here".

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Neymar has been with Barcelona since 2013, winning two La Liga titles, three Copa del Rey titles and one UEFA Champions League.

PSG are prepared to pay the eyewatering buyout clause of the South American, which stands at 222 million Euro.

Such a fee would give the Catalans a huge budget to add reinforcements, but there may not be a player out there who can replicate what Neymar does.

However, the Mirror claim United will face stiff competition from Paris Saint-Germain as the French outfit look to make a statement in the transfer market after missing out on the Ligue 1 title last season.

Dani Alves' decision to move to PSG has also played a part, with the winger keen to be reunited with his friend and compatriot after a year apart, with Barca surprisingly allowing the right-back to join Juventus on a free transfer last summer.

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