Real Madrid's Zinedine Zidane: PSG's Neymar 'would fit in at every club'

Vincent De Villiers
Março 12, 2018

"The elimination of Paris Saint-Germain from the Champions League made the rumours of a Neymar transfer return with force thanks to the desire of the player to return to Spain", published the paper Lance!

In the same week that PSG crashed out of the Champions League, and only seven months after he joined the club for a world record 222 million euros, Neymar's future has become uncertain.

The reports have alerted his availability to Manchester United and Chelsea.

Neymar famously became the most expensive player in history last summer when Paris Saint-Germain triggered a €222m buyout clause to release him from his Barça contract.

Zinedine Zidane has tipped world football's transfer fees to reach eye-watering new levels amid reports Real Madrid are considering a mega-money move for Neymar.

Neymar reportedly sent messages to Barca players he considers close friends stating that he could envisage a return to the Camp Nou in 2019.

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President Florentino Perez has backed Zidane and it's understood the squad have also offered their support to the man at the helm. However, the Catalan newspaper concluded their report by saying that bringing Santos' wonder kid back to Camp Nou is not something which is high on Barcelona's list of priorities.

Mundo Deportivo concedes that Neymar's courting of Barcelona may even be a tactic to justify a move to Real, given the Catalan club are likely to reject any chance to re-sign the 26-year-old.

"It seemed crazy to me and 10 years later they are paying 220 million".

"I think he's realised PSG isn't the place for him, I think he wants to look for a more competitive place to play". Gareth is doing well but there are other players, too, and there are important games left to play.

And AS also reported that Los Blancos chiefs were in Paris a few weeks ago to discover what it would take for the Ligue 1 champions to part with their star asset. He has been on Barcelona's radar since the past year when he helped Gremio win the Copa Libertadores.

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