Neymar Pushes For PSG Exit But Barcelona Wait For French Club Signal

Neymar is reportedly desperate to part ways with French giants, Paris Saint Germain after growing tired of the club’s woes in the Champions league and is said to have no intentions of returning to France this summer.

The Brazilian captain left Nou Camp for Parc des Princes in 2017 for a world record breaking fee of £189 million but now seeks a return to Spain.

In spite of back-to-back league titles won by PSG, the 27 year old is unhappy at the club and has now made clear his desire to look elsewhere for greener pastures.

A detailed report by Sport has claimed how desperate Neymar is to leave the Parc des Princes before the start of next campaign.

The front cover of the Tuesday’s edition of the Spanish daily reported that Neymar has told the club that he is no longer comfortable at the French capital.

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According to the report, the former Brazil captain told the club’s chiefs sometime last month about his desire to see through his ‘divorce’ with the club and he is hopeful that his demands will be met.

The former Barcelona forward wanted to quit last summer after spending only one season at the French capital but PSG refused to part ways with world’s most expensive player.

However, the Brazilian seems unhappy with the goings in the Ligue 1 Champions after another disappointing European run.

The Paris club were knocked out of the Champions League last term by an inspiring 3-1 comeback by Manchester United in the last-16 round of the competition.

It was also reported that the former Santos man regrets leaving Barcelona where he had won two league titles and Champions league in the space of four seasons.

Barcelona are seriously considering a move for their former player but do not want to be on the wrong side with PSG and will consequently make a move for the Brazilian when the transfer is welcome by PSG.

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