Neymar Jr is seriously thinking about leaving Paris this summer.
Manchester United have been spoke to by intermediaries about signing Neymar from Paris Saint-Germain this summer.
Erik ten Hag’s side is one of the teams who have been contacted regarding Neymar’s possible availability.
While a business transaction may make sense, he is not currently a United target.
In any event, it’s difficult to see how United could sign him, pay his salaries. It’s also hard to get him used to playing in the Premier League.
Earlier this month that PSG might be open to hearing proposals for Neymar this summer.
PSG made the statement after criticizing supporters who gathered outside Neymar’s home and screamed for him to leave the club.
Fans were seen yelling for the board to quit outside the club’s offices, while further footage showed a group of supporters visiting Neymar’s home and urging him to leave.
Lionel Messi is also likely to leave Paris Saint-Germain at the end of the season. The Ligue 1 club refused to extend his contract.
Neymar Jr to leave PSG: Where could be the next Destination?
Neymar’s future at PSG is unknown. It’s the end of the ‘bling-bling’ culture, and they want to go in a different route, therefore they’d be open to offers for Neymar.
They had previously been open to listen to proposals for him, and things have not been going well for Neymar.
There were protests outside his residence by PSG supporters yelling, “Get out of our club.” PSG issued a strongly worded statement denouncing this.
There’s a lot of commotion surrounding Neymar, and I believe PSG believes they no longer require it.
I believe his departure would be consistent with their new approach. PSG do not want to be the Harlem Globetrotters or the Dream Team; instead, they want to be the club version of France’s World Cup squad, which had youthful, modest, and hungry French players.
Hypothetically, the Qataris could acquire Manchester United and then relocate Neymar from PSG to Man Utd to become the club’s new face.
However, financial fairness would be a concern. I don’t think Manchester United have the funds, even with the new Qatari owners, to give someone a huge wage, and I don’t think he’s a true Erik ten Hag type of player.
However, if Neymar is to leave PSG, Premier League teams must be involved.