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Ivan wants Neymar to come back

Ivan wants Neymar to come back

PSG chiefs have so far been adamant that Neymar will not be leaving the Parc des Princes after just one season.

While Real Madrid is keen to get back the Brazilian jewel to Spain, the Qatari emir will not brook a departure before at least 2019.

Over the past month or so, several reports have suggested that Neymar isn't happy at PSG and would even be interested in joining Barca's biggest rivals Real this summer. But there is no smoke without fire, and Neymar could be back in Spain soon. His decision to leave Paris Saint-Germain for Barcelona came as a shock to fans and many eyebrows were raised on him.

At the moment, Neymar is arguably the world's third-most recognizable player, behind veterans Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo. So he probably chose to add some more fuel to the fire that will not stop burning.

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FC Barcelona manager Ernesto Valverde has responded to reports that Neymar could make a shock return to the Catalan giants.

PSG are also believed to be lining up a move for Bayern Munich striker Robert Lewandowski but it will require the Ligue 1 side to sell Cavani to comply with Financial Fair Play restrictions.

Being knocked out of the Champions League in the Round of 16 is a major disappointment for Neymar, who has undergone surgery and is set to miss the rest of the 2017-18 campaign. While the La Liga governing body also heavily criticised both Neymar and PSG.

For PSG, it would be a bitter blow, considering their project would be dead without any success to show for it. On the 400 million, they paid 220 million and when they bought me they paid 72.


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