Barcelona transfer news: Neymar’s hopes of reuniting with Barcelona just got into its red line as PSG give ultimatum to FCB.
Paris Saint German are champions with class and honor and do not want to be constantly mentioned in a transfer saga for a long time.
The Parisians have decided to give a simple solution to the Neymar-Barca deal which is gradually bringing them the bad image of keeping a player against his will despite past claims of the the club director, Leonardo.
According to Leonardo, Neymar will definitely leave if only a proper offer is received for him, which entails that the club do not hold him against any deal.
Meanwhile, rumors of an unofficial offer have been hitting the internet, of Barcelona offering 6 players which the Parisians would choose 2 in addition to some amount of money in exchange for Neymar.
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This rumored offer seems not to have tempted PSG who still claim no official offer has been received from Barcelona nor any other clubs.
Barcelona are now given until August 8th to come openly and officially ask for Neymar reunioning, pay his bills and then take him straight to Camp Nou.
According to Mirror, failure to do this would mean Barcelona would have to wait for next transfer window to initiate a transfer deal or better still wait until Neymar’s contract runs out.
August 8th doesn’t mean the close of transfer window in Spain nor in France, it’s just that PSG do not want to be in a transfer sage while they trying to concentrate on winning matches.
PSG first seasonal match is on August 8th and playing crucial matches when a such huge transfer rumor is looming in the market would only distract either Neymar or the management or even both parties.
Distractions are what the management try to avoid now. But Barcelona cashing in a huge amount already for Griezmann would really affect the deadline, cause the Catalans would need to get cash together, especially for a player who is worth an excess of £270m.