Paris Saint-Germain offer Neymar to several European clubs amid exit rumors

According to FootMercato, Paris Saint-Germain are looking to offload Neymar next summer and have already started offering the striker to several European clubs, including Barcelona. The 30-year-old has had a tough time this season with injuries limiting him to just ten goal contributions.

While the arrival of Lionel Messi was supposed to change Paris Saint-Germain and provide them with the missing piece for their Champions League ambitions, things did not go as planned. Instead, the Parisians crashed at the hands of real Madrid in the Champions League round of 16, which saw fans and critics hurt by the performances. So much so that Messi and Neymar were recently booed off the pitch which would have seen PSG consider their future.

This saw FootMercato report that the League 1 the giants are considering letting Neymar leave next summer and they have already started approaching clubs for a transfer. The Brazilian has suffered one season injury this term and it has limited him to just ten goal contributions. Not only that, PSG are unhappy that Neymar seems off the pace and the report said the Parisians have already made a move towards Barcelona among others.

the the league the giants have reportedly yet to respond but have been open to re-signing their superstar in the past and PSG believe they will make the move next summer. But if not the Camp Nou, reports have indicated that a few clubs from England, Italy and even Germany are under consideration. Moreover, FootMercato have reported that PSG are hoping to close in on what they paid for the Brazilian in 2017, although they are ready to settle for financial damage control.

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