Neymar favours new PSG deal over return to Barcelona
Neymar has reportedly cooled on the idea of a return to Camp Nou and would prefer to prolong his stay in Paris, where he arrived from Barcelona in 2017.
Neymar has tried, without success, to return to former club Barcelona in previous transfer windows in an attempt to rekindle his prolific partnership with Leo Messi at Camp Nou. However, with Barcleona in financial and institutional turmoil, the Brazil star has reportedly decided he would prefer to prolong his stay at Paris Saint-Germain and is ready to sign a new contract at the Parc des Princes.
Neymar open to PSG stay
Neymar wants to sign a new deal with Ligue 1 champions Paris Saint-Germain, according to Telefoot.
PSG superstar Neymar has long been linked with a return to Barcelona after leaving Camp Nou in a world-record Є222million transfer in 2017.
But Neymar – contracted until 2022 – is reportedly happy in Paris and is prepared to prolong his stay.
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