According to reports, Paris Saint-Germain are reportedly open to sell Neymar to Barcelona this summer.

The Spanish giants have reportedly received a boost in their pursuit of bringing Neymar back to the Camp Nou as Paris Saint-Germain have named their price.

Earlier this month, it was claimed that Barcelona had forfeited the pursuit of Neymar because of the financial impact of the novel Corona Virus pandemic.
The report suggests the Ligue 1 side would be happy with a £72m fee – but with France forward Ousmane Dembele included in the deal.

Dembele has only made five La Liga appearances this season as he continues to struggle with injuries. A return to his homeland may be tempting in a bid to revive his career but that will not be the only offer he will receive this summer.
Manchester United are considering the Frenchman as an alternative to Jadon Sancho The Athletic reported last week.

Earlier this year, Argentina and Barcelona captain Lionel Messi admitted he wanted Neymar to return to Barca.

“Neymar is one of the best in the world and I’d love him to come back,” Lionel messi admitted.

He is a very happy person who is always smiling and enjoys himself on and off the pitch. He gave all the players a lift”

It’s normal for the fans to feel [resentment about his possible return] because of the way he left, and that also bothered me at the time because we tried to do everything possible to try to convince him not to do it.

At the end of the day, we all want to win. We all want to have the best and that goes for the fans, who want to see good football and success.

I think Neymar really wants to come back. He’s sorry about what he did and last year he tried hard to come back.

I think that [apologising] would be the first step he would take to try to make it happen.”
The Brazilian forward left Barcelona for Paris in a world-record £198million deal back in 2017, but talk of a move back to Barcelona is continuing to resurface.

He played a total number of 186 games in Barcelona colours scoring 105 goals. He won one champions league, two laliga titles and many more with the Spanish giants.