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Neymar ‘wants Barcelona return’ but PSG will demand £355m for Brazilian star — with Real Madrid also interested

Last summer's £198million transfer has not yielded Champions League glory as hoped and talk of move won't disappear

Neymar misses his ex-Barcelona team-mates and has offered himself to his former club, according to reports in Catalonia.

The Brazilian, 26, left the Nou Camp to join Paris Saint-Germain for a world-record £198million in the summer.

Neymar reportedly offered himself to former club Barcelona

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Neymar reportedly offered himself to former club Barcelona

Neymar and Cristiano Ronaldo embrace after their Champions League meeting

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Neymar and Cristiano Ronaldo embrace after their Champions League meeting

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The move was supposed to give him the opportunity to emerge for Lionel Messi’s shadow — however, his impact in the biggest games has been minimal.

And Mundo Deportivo report would like to go back to Barca, and offered himself to the Catalans before injuring his metatarsal.

The report claims he now understands he was wrong to believe he was hamstrung by Messi and was “blinded” by PSG’s economic power.

He  has allegedly asked important people at his former club what he can do to return this summer, having originally planned to stay until 2019.



However, there are some who claim this is just a smokescreen to ease his eventual passage to Real Madrid.


Meanwhile, AS report PSG will demand £355m for their No 10.

President Nasser Al-Khelaifi has never been bullied into letting one his players leave since he took over the club in 2011.

Real Madrid chief Florentino Perez has hinted he would been keen on signing Neymar in the future.

Players who crossed El Clasico divide

Bernd Schuster

Barcelona: 1980-88

Real Madrid: 1988-90


Alfonso Perez

Real Madrid: 1986-95

Barcelona: 2000-02


Julen Lopetegui

Real Madrid: 1988-91

Barcelona: 1994-97


Michael Laudrup

Barcelona: 1989-94

Real Madrid: 1994-96


Gheorghe Hagi

Real Madrid: 1990-92

Barcelona: 1994-96


Robert Prosinecki

Real Madrid: 1991-94

Barcelona: 1996-97


Luis Enrique

Real Madrid: 1991-96

Barcelona: 1996-04


Luis Figo

Barcelona: 1995-2000

Real Madrid: 2000-05



Barcelona: 1996-97

Real Madrid: 2002-07


Samuel Eto’o

Real Madrid: 1997-2000

Barcelona: 2004-09


Javier Saviola

Barcelona: 2001-07

Real Madrid: 2007-09

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