PSG willing to go to €222M to buy Barcelona star Neymar

PSG willing to go to €222M to buy Barcelona star Neymar

PSG willing to go to €222M to buy Barcelona star Neymar

Paris Saint-Germain is ready and willing to pay Barcelona star Neymar's €222 million ($255 million) transfer release clause, Spanish newspaper AS reports.

Vives was also quick to deny allegations that the player is frustrated at playing second fiddle to Neymar.

But club spokesperson Josep Vives said the club were unworried when asked if there any concerns Neymar would opt to leave Barcelona this summer. He's part of the best attacking trifecta in the world, but Barcelona's recent signings haven't been up to scratch, and Real Madrid have surpassed them in the league.

A number of reports broke earlier today, suggesting that Brazilian attacker Neymar is unhappy at the Camp Nou, and that he is eyeing a move away from the club over the coming months. He verbalises it and he shows it with his attitude. We've seen surprising moves (Bonucci to Milan, anyone?), but this one would take the cake.

"Neymar's departure is not in club's imagination; the club just thinks of keeping the best players like him, one of our main symbols".

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Neymar's father will travel to Paris this week to meet Nasser Al-Khelaïfi, the President of PSG, to discuss a transfer for the Brazilian winger.

"Even if you might argue we need back up in certain areas", he said, adding Barcelona had no offers on the table for any of their players either.

Spanish La Liga side Barcelona announced on Monday (July 17) a record income of €708 million (about S$1.12 blllion) for 2016/2017 with an after-tax profit of €18 million.

Barcelona reported an after-tax profit of €18m while reducing debt by €24.5m to €247m.

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