Barcelona forward Neymar has been previously reported to have agreed on a contract move to PSG come 2107 but one of his representatives has disclosed that three clubs are willing to pay €200m to secure his signature. This implies there’s a chance PSG will lose the Brazilian superstar once he’s free to leave Camp Nou.
Image: Neymar in action for Barcelona.
Reports say the Brazilian is understood to be ready to extend his contract with Barcelona after the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro, tying him to the Blaugrana until the 2022 World Cup in Qatar.
Nonetheless, there is constant interest in the 24-year-old and Wagner Ribeiro has revealed in an interview with Radio Jovem Pan that three big European clubs are prepared to match his release clause, the report added.
“Today there are three big clubs in the world who want to sign Neymar and pay the buy-out clause of €200m to Barca.
“I cannot say anything else right now because it’s a sensitive issue,” said Ribeiro.
Although Ribeiro refused to disclose any names, it is believed the potential suitors are Paris Saint-Germain, Real Madrid and Manchester United, reports Sport.