PSG have now accepted the 27 year-old's decision to depart and are determined to recoup some of the £198m world-record fee paid to sign him in 2017. Tuchel's men won the game 1-6 with Kylian Mbappe scoring a brace.
Leonardo, meanwhile, recently stated that the superstar could leave "if there is an offer that suits everyone", but it remains to be seen how PSG will respond to Barca's latest offer.
Manchester United have been linked but they could only acquire Neymar if Paul Pogba is sold. Yes, I found out before the Copa America.
Sky sources understand PSG tried to convince Neymar to change his mind and the Brazil worldwide did not tell his club where he would like to move to. Thomas Tuchel is unsure whether Neymar will remain at the club and has left it up to the player and the board while saying that he is ready for any situation as it is important to be flexible and adapt.
The newspaper claimed that both sides have the financial capability to pull off a stunning switch and the Reds would not have to let go of players in order to sign Neymar.
"It's clear to everyone [he wants to leave]".
Philippe Coutinho, Ousmane Dembele, Nelson Semedo, Ivan Rakitic, Malcom, and an unnamed player.
The publication claim Bayern Munich and Juventus would also need to sell players if they are to offer Neymar a way out of the Parc des Princes.
Do you see Neymar returning to Barcelona at any point in his career given the most recent complications?
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