Paris St-Germain are set to part ways with their Brazil international star striker Neymar in the summer after just one season at the club.
The Brazilian made a record-breaking switch to Parc Des Princes from Barcelona during the last summer transfer market, but things haven’t gone as planned for him. Hence, he’s reportedly set for a return to Spain.
Real Madrid are believed to be leading the race — ahead of Manchester United — for the £250m-rated striker.
Though the Galaticos are yet to make any offer for his signature, they are said to be ready to make an offer within that region when the summer transfer window begins in few weeks.
Should PSG finally get rid of Neymar by selling him to either Madrid or United, they will turn their interest to Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba, according to Daily Star.
Paul Pogba is valued at £100m by football transfer platform, Transfermarkt. The price tag won’t be too high for the free-spending Ligue 1 side to afford, considering the profit they will make from Neymar’s sale.
With Kylian Mbappe set to remain at PSG on a permanent deal which will cost £165m in the summer, the Ligue 1 Champions are seeking to add Pogba to their team so as to retain the Ligue 1 title next season.
The Frenchman is unhappy with the manner he is being treated by Mourinho, and he is reportedly set to move out of Old Trafford in the summer with Real Madrid and PSG all eyeing a big-money swoop for his signature.
According to reports, he could also be set for a move back to Italy, and Juve have been touted as the possible destination.