Transfer: PSG told Barcelona to give them €80m and Dembele for Neymar

Paris-Saint-Germain have reportedly told reigning Spanish champions Barcelona to give them €80m and Ousmane Dembele for them to have Brazilian star Neymar back.


There have been serious speculation surrounding the future of Neymar at Paris-Saint-Germain with many claiming that the superstar is interested in leaving France.

This has been the situation for the past three seasons that Neymar has been playing for Paris-Saint-Germain where he has won the Ligue 1 title three times.

Neymar left Barcelona with reports claiming then that the Brazilian was tired playing second fiddle to Argentine legend Lionel Messi.

But becoming the commander of the game at Paris-Saint-Germain has not been easy for him since he joined with the likes of Edinson Cavani and Kylian Mbappe giving him competition.

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Spanish outlet El Chiringuito claimed that Paris-Saint-Germain have told Barcelona what they want for them to have Neymar back and it is big cash and France international Dembele.

Barcelona will hope that signing Neymar will go some way to placating Messi, after claims the six time Ballon d’Or winner is ready to walk away from the Camp Nou.

Meanwhile, Barcelona are occupying second position on the Spanish La Liga table behind Real Madrid with two games to end the season.

Los Blancos only need a win in one of their remaining two games to become champions.

Earlier, had reported how Lautaro Martinez is on the verge of joining Spanish giants Barcelona as reports have it that the La Liga outfit have finally sealed an agreement with Inter Milan for the Argentine striker worth €70 million.

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Italian outlet La Gazzetta dello Sport are reporting that the deal will also see Junior Firpo leave the Catalan club and pitch tents with the Serie A side.

Barçelona are currently locked in a battle for the La Liga title and do not wish to take on additional distractions.

Both clubs are still featuring in the UEFA Champions League and Europa League respectively, but the teams are expected to finalize the deals by August.