Barcelona have no plans to re-sign Neymar - club vice president

Barcelona have no plans to re-sign Neymar - club vice president

Barcelona have no plans to re-sign Neymar - club vice president

The Ligue 1 champions have reportedly now agreed a deal with their world record signing, allowing him to leave the club next summer as long as they recoup the fee they paid for him just over a year ago.

Neymar joined Barcelona in 2013 scoring 105 goals and notched up 77 assists in 186 appearances before moving to PSG in the summer of 2017.

Neymar has been overshadowed somewhat this season by Griezmann's France team-mate, 19-year-old Kylian Mbappe, who has been attracting attention at domestic and global level.

Neymar also reportedly misses the relationship he shared with Lionel Messi and Luis Suarez, when the three players combined to become the most unsafe attacking trio in Spain.

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It could reject them completely and ask Rome to rewrite them, an unprecedented step that would formally begin a long dispute. The commission is expected to send a formal letter with its assessment to the Italian government within the next two weeks.

Neymar's sensational move back to Barcelona has moved closer with the revelation that the Brazilian forward has a shock clause in his contract.

The same information has been published by Spanish outlet Mundo Deportivo, who state that Neymar regrets having left and has been in touch with his old club sharing his desire to return.

In fact, Mundo Deportivo report that Barca president Josep Maria Bartomeu has spoken to senior figures in the Nou Camp dressing room about how they would feel about Neymar coming back.

It is unlikely that Paris Saint-Germain will give up on the Brazilian star quite so easily but should the move materialize, it would be the most shocking football return of 2019.

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