World superstar Neymar, who has recently been linked with a summer move to Manchester City, is available for £193m, according to the Daily Express.
The 24-year-old revealed that he would be ‘honoured’ to play under Pep Guardiola in January and has refused to committ his future to Barcelona, saying ‘many things could happen’.
Neymar has been in contract talks with the La Liga leaders since the beginning of the season, but revealed after the Catalans giants’ match against Celta Vigo that no progress had been made. However, he remained confident that an agreement would be reached.
The renewal talks are underway. I still have three years left on my contract and I am relaxed.
I’m optimistic we will reach an agreement. But I have more years yet and many things could happen.
Cross-city rivals Manchester United had a £144m bid for the Brazilian winger rejected in the summer and are believed to still be interested in his services.
The ex-Santos man is currently on trial for tax evasion, which could cost him up €50m. His father already mentioned that this could unsettle the Ballon d’Or nominee and this summer could be the prime opportunity to swoop for a world-record deal.