PSG willing to let Neymar leave if they receive the 'right offer'
Could Neymar be on his way out?
Paris Saint-Germain are willing to let Neymar leave the club this summer if they receive a suitable offer, according to reports in France.
The French club realise that they would likely have to make a significant loss on the £198m they signed him for in 2017 - the most expensive transfer deal in the history of football - and according to L'Equipe, PSG are now willing to part ways.
Neymar's relationship with Kylian Mbappe, who recently signed a £650,000 a-week three-year contract extension has reportedly broken down, with PSG keen not to unsettle their main man.
Reports have also suggested that Mbappe will have a say in PSG's transfer plans going forward and given their alleged frosty relationship, the French international could be keen to wave goodbye to Neymar.
Despite the Parisian club's decision to listen to offers they are unlikely to be inundated with enquiries. The likes of Manchester City, Liverpool, Real Madrid and Bayern Munich have no plans, nor interest, to make an offer.
One side who would be interested is the bankrolled Newcastle United, who could apparently afford to make him an offer say L'Equipe, but Neymar would have no desire to move to the North East.
The 30-year-old's form has rapidly declined and the player who was once meant to be the face of the PSG project is now in the shadows of his two teammates, Lionel Messi and Mbappe.
Neymar still has three years left on his deal at the Ligue 1 champions and is also settled at the club while being the second-highest paid player at PSG, meaning he isn't actively looking to pursue a move away himself.
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