Barcelona plan to exploit transfer clause to sign Neymar back from PSG for £44m less than what they sold him – The Sun
BARCELONA are reportedly planning to re-sign Neymar from Paris Saint-Germain next summer.
And Mundo Deportivo claims they will look to exploit a transfer clause which will allow them to pay £44million less than what they sold him for.
PSG forked out a world-record £198m to bring Neymar to Paris in 2017.
He has since scored 59 goals in 69 matches while winning two Ligue 1 titles, one French Cup, one League Cup and one Champions Trophy.
However, it’s believed Neymar is desperate to leave the Parc des Princes.
And Barcelona are understood to be lining up a deal to bring the Brazilian back to the Nou Camp.
Mundo Deportivo claims Catalan chiefs are aiming to strike a deal for Neymar in the summer after he’s completed his third season in France.
And because the forward has no intention of signing a new PSG contract, as well as the time he’s spent in France – designed by FIFA as the “Protected Period” – Neymar can request a move.
It’s reckoned he can actually trigger a clause worth £154m to secure a return to Barcelona, with the fee calculated by variables such as his current market value – which has greatly depreciated – and salary from the fourth year of his contract, which is around £20m.
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