Barcelona: No plans to re-sign Neymar


Mundo Deportivo claims that the Brazilian has offered to rejoin the Spanish giants "several times" already and that a big-money deal is "not impossible".

Although PSG wouldn't want to lose a superstar of such standing, they reportedly would be willing to let Neymar leave, but only for another world record fee.

But a video posted on Neymar's Instagram story showed him scratching his head and laughing as he called front pages dedicated to his future "fake news". Also the Brazilian's mind that he is still in the shadows Klana Mbappe, although moved to PSG in the status of the main star.

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Whilst he appeared to distance himself from any of these reports, he admitted that a deal is possible. Speaking to Cadena SER he said "I think that if Neymar came back to Spain, he would do so with Barça".

However, while Valverde failed to play down the speculation, Tuchel didn't mince his words and insisted that it is "useless" to discuss Neymar's rumoured move back to Catalonia.

"It's not even in a transfer period at the moment, so I can't talk about a player and it's not something that'd happen in the next month or so anyway", Valverde told reporters.

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Neymar's move to Paris Saint-Germain had many questioning his ambitions as a footballer. "It is a question that can not be answered because no one has even mentioned it", the vice president told SER Catalunya.

"He was the one who left".

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