Neymar

This past week, the future of Neymar Jr. has been a soap opera with various conflicting reports, some suggesting he’s out the door; others state that the 30-year-old isn’t leaving Paris Saint-Germain.

However, 90min reports that the capital club’s Qatari owners are uncertain whether selling Neymar before the FIFA World Cup is the right action to take this summer and wish to assess the situation thoroughly before deciding.

Despite this thinking, PSG’s footballing hierarchy is ready to contemplate the possibility of Neymar leaving, with Kylian Mbappe bearing a lead role in the French capital after turning down Real Madrid.

Negotiators have informed Premier League quartet Manchester United, Manchester City, Chelsea, and Newcastle United regarding Neymar’s possible availability to gauge their interest.

Outside the Premier League, Bayern Munich, Juventus, and Milan have also been contacted. Nonetheless, the pot of clubs that could feasibly afford Neymar’s salary doesn’t extend further.

Chelsea is the club tempted to make a move for the Brazilian, who, under the guidance of new owner Todd Boehly is actively perusing the market for a statement signing.

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