PARIS SAINT-GERMAIN star Neymar could be on his way to Real Madrid in the summer after just one season in France, according to reports.
The Brazilian forward linked up with Unai Emery’s men in a world-record fee of £198million from Barcelona, but could sensationally be already returning to La Liga.
According to Goal, the 25-year-old will be allowed to leave Parc des Princes should he help Les Parisiens win the Champions League.
They claim that club president Nasser Al-Khelafi has given the 2016 Olympic gold medallist his word that he will let him depart PSG should he help then to club football’s biggest prize.
It has been reported that Neymar is allegedly unhappy in Paris once again, and finds Ligue 1 too defensive and physical, believing his style is better suited in Spain.
And Madrid boss Zinedine Zidane recently fuelled speculation of a potential move for the ex-Santos ace, claiming that he likes everything about him.
With talk that Cristiano Ronaldo could be set to leave the reigning Club World Cup champions, Neymar has been identified as the perfect replacement.
The 83-cap international has takes to life to France seamlessly since leaving Spain, netting 24 times in all competitions and has racked up 14 assists.
The French club face Zidane‘s men in the Round of 16 in Europe’s premier competition, and will be looking to heap further pressure on Los Blancos should they knock them out.
Madrid crashed out of the Copa del Rey on Wednesday on away goals, after losing 2-1 to minnows to Leganes at the Bernabeu.