Barcelona and Neymar are prepared to make peace as they look to end years of court battles, with both sides now prepared to reach an agreement to bring these to an end.
Barcelona are preparing to write off 16.7 million euros from the Brazilian if he stops demanding 47.15m euros, which he claims is a loyalty bonus owed by the Catalans.
The next trial in store between the two sides, over the 3.5m euros demanded by Neymar from his transfer fee to Paris Saint-Germain in 2017, has been suspended, with both sides hoping to settle their economic disputes.
With Barcelona having also demanded that the PSG player pay 6.7m euros following his transfer to Paris, these disputes look close to being settled.
On the pitch, despite being heavily linked with a move back to the Camp Nou, Neymar signed a new contract with PSG until 2025.