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Neymar Eyeing Barcelona Return, A Mission Which Seems Impossible

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In spite of Neymar‘s mega move to the French capital little over a year ago, the Brazilian international has come back to the headlines again. With the most recent gossip tidbits surrounding his future suggesting that he could be in for a thrilling return to Camp Nou within the near future.

It seems that the 26-year-old hasn’t settled to life in Paris and isn’t spurred by the standard in Ligue 1 but it stays to be seen whether a return to LaLiga would see him wind up at Real Madrid or his former club Barcelona.

As indicated by ‘SER‘, the Brazilian has agreed with PSG director Nasser Al-Khelaifi that he can leave the club in the summer for a fee around €220m, additionally elevating speculation Neymar could be set for a return to the Camp Nou.

Meanwhile ‘COPE’ later gave a detailed comprehension which appeared to suggest that a deal was definitely likely. Alongside the inclination and bitterness still held by the fans at the way of his exit, there are two further key motives processes which could keep a deal from proceeding.

The first is the poor business relations between Barcelona and PSG, with the steady sniping both preceding and following the signing of Neymar having left an enduring effect on the two clubs.

The issues aren’t simply between the club either, with Neymar having reported the Catalan giants over the non-payment of a €26m bonus for renewing his contract after Barcelona withheld it in the wake of his potential move to Ligue 1.

That, joined with the exorbitant fee that a player of Neymar’s quality and pedigree would order implies that a return to Camp Nou is enormously improbable at the moment.

The truth of the matter is that as Kylian Mbappe has started to eclipse him at PSG, Neymar is not feeling comfortable or motivated.

The clamours coming from Spain are making him feel wanted and at the centre of transfer speculation again, and that is where Neymar feels most comfortable, happy and inspired.

 

 

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