Neymar on the departure of PSG: Premier League clubs on alert

Neymar on the departure of PSG: Premier League clubs on alert

Pushed towards the exit at PSG, Neymar is of interest to several Premier League clubs. Besides Chelsea, Manchester United has also been monitoring his situation for a while. In search of a more efficient midfielder, Paris Saint-Germain would like to offer the services of Nicolo Barella, currently at Inter Milan.

1. Paris Saint-Germain ready to sell Neymar to Chelsea

Paris Saint-Germain are ready to overhaul their squad and it could see Neymar allowed to join Chelsea this summer. Elsewhere, Eintracht Frankfurt are linked with Manchester City teenager Callum Doyle, while Barcelona are ready to make an offer for Lionel Messi. Chelsea players are keen to work with Mauricio Pochettino as their new manager.

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2. Neymar and his contractual situation

The club won't agree to his exit this summer, which Mbappe is not currently pushing for under any circumstances, but PSG are aware that they came close to losing him as a free agent to Real Madrid last summer. They will be wary of a potential repeat of his contract status in hopes of a longer-term deal, with any future exits being on club and player terms.

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3. Neymar's uncertain future at PSG

Neymar's future could be a more pressing issue this summer; the 31-year-old suffered another campaign marred by injuries. One of the club's top earners who enjoys high status, he remains the world's most expensive player following his £198million transfer from Barcelona in 2017.

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4. Chelsea interest in Neymar

PSG are unlikely to repeat these high-profile deals under their new internal leadership, which creates uncertainty over the Brazilian's future. Chelsea owner Todd Boehly held a meeting earlier this year to sound out Neymar's availability, and that interest could be revived this summer.

Chelsea Dodgers on Twitter: "🚨 Al Khelaifi and Boehly met in a luxury hotel near the Arc de Triomphe for lunch, and in addition to a possible move for Neymar, the pair

5. Manchester City defender Callum Doyle en route to Frankfurt

Manchester City defender Callum Doyle, 19, is doing well on loan at Coventry and is seen as a potential first-team player for the Etihad, but The Sun reports that Eintracht Frankfurt are said to be willing and ready to take on the role. teenager on loan, or maybe a permanent deal.

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6. Lionel Messi set for huge pay cut to join Barca

The Mail report that Lionel Messi is ready to take a pay cut at Barcelona in order to get his family back, but it's questionable whether €12m a season will be enough to convince him to return. There are also doubts whether La Liga officials will approve this deal or the club's finances in general.

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7. Obstacles to overcome for Messi's return to Barça

The newspaper explains: “The first thing that needs to happen is for La Liga to decide whether the contract the club are considering giving Messi can be cleared;

he cannot play for free, even if he agrees to do so, which is unlikely. Messi will be offered a two-year contract at 12 million euros net per season. This should be considered within the "going rate" range.

for a player of his age and pedigree, considering he's around 2m more than what Barcelona are paying Robert Lewandowski. The club will then have to explain how they can factor the new deal into their financial fair play calculations when a current shortfall of around €200m prevents them from registering new deals for Gavi, Alejandro Balde and Ronald Araujo.

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That concludes our roundup of the latest transfer rumors in the world of football. Stay tuned for more news on developments for Neymar and other top players across Europe.