Neymar has an agreement with Barcelona and expects PSG to release it, says TV

Neymar has an agreement with Barcelona and expects PSG to release it, says TV

This Friday, ‘Betevé’, a Catalan TV channel, reported that Barcelona reached an agreement with Neymar for his return, but awaits release from PSG

This Friday, the 11th, Neymar It is barcelona reached an agreement for the possible return of the Brazilian to the Catalan club, but PSG still hasn’t released a player to sign a new bond. At first, the negotiation would happen through a contract termination between the striker and the French team so that it can be successful. The information was conveyed by ‘beteve‘, Catalonia TV.

However, for the negotiation to be viable, Neymar would be willing to reduce his salary considerably, as long as it fits in Barcelona’s pocket. Thus, the proposal is for the Brazilian to receive 12 million euros per season, about R$ 64.1 million at the current quotation, according to the journalist. Marc Marba.

This week, PSG informed Neymar that they no longer count on him for the progress of this next season. Thus, the Brazilian emerged as a signing option on the market, drawing attention from some clubs. So far, there is nothing concrete, but the French are inclined to open negotiations for the attacker to go to Saudi Arabia.

As happened in the last transfer window, the rumor of Neymar in Barcelona has been ever-present since the striker’s arrival at PSG. This time, an important piece in this negotiation is the entrepreneur Pini Zahaviwhich is very close to Joan Laportapresident of the Catalan club, and is at the forefront of conversations.

Neymar in action at PSG pre-season (Credit: Getty Images)

According to the investigation of the ‘UOL‘, Neymar and the PSG leaders will meet soon, in order to understand what the best destination for the player will be for both parties to this negotiation. At the moment, the club’s priority is to close a permanent transfer for the Brazilian.


Source: sportbuzz

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