There have been many reports lately saying that PSG star Neymar is unhappy in France and may look to move on after just the single season at the Parc des Princes, and Manchester City look as if they could win the battle for the world’s most expensive footballer, according to the Express.
It has been rumoured for some time that Real Madrid could send a message to rivals Barcelona by snapping up the Brazilian as a replacement for Cristiano Ronaldo, although they seem reluctant to pay the £350million asking price.
Neymar is reportedly unhappy at PSG for a number of reasons and has had his fair share of bust ups, most notably with Edinson Cavani when Neymar did not allow his team-mate to take a penalty. It is supposedly listed in the Brazilian’s contract that he isn’t on penalty duties.
Despite all of this, the former Barcelona man clearly has very high demands and it seems he would be difficult to keep happy.
There are likely to be a huge group of teams looking to purchase the 26-year-old if he came out and admitted that he wishes to move on in his career, however, the two Manchester clubs are showing early signs of interest, and the winger is believed to favour a switch to the champions elect.