Neymar confirms much-awaited news regarding Barcelona

Lionel Messi (R), Neymar JR and Luis Suarez (L) of Barcelona. (Photo by Manuel Queimadelos Alonso/Getty Images)
Lionel Messi (R), Neymar JR and Luis Suarez (L) of Barcelona. (Photo by Manuel Queimadelos Alonso/Getty Images) /

Neymar has “said yes” to Barcelona return transfer after rejecting Paris Saint-Germain’s contract extension attempts, confirming the reunion of MSN.

Barcelona and Neymar have attempted to reunite ever since his move to Parc des Princes, and latest reports confirm that the Brazilian international has rejected PSG’s new contract in order to reunite with former teammates Lionel Messi and Luis Suarez.

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Spanish outlet Sport reports that Neymar has turned down the option to extend his stay in Paris, which had been stalled since October last year. The former Santos forward has sent his representatives to Barcelona to express his intentions of returning to the Spanish League.

Blaugrana had attempted to re-sign the 28-year-old last summer but had faced financial problems, after signing Antoine Griezmann from Atletico Madrid for £108 million, which saw the Neymar transfer fall through due to lack of cash.

Barca had instead attempted to sign the superstar by offering different players like Ousmane Dembele, Philippe Coutinho and Ivan Rakitic, all of whom were rejected by the Parisiens.

The upcoming summer transfer window is, however, different as Neymar has confirmed his clear intentions of returning to the Nou Camp which helps the club make his return their top priority for the summer.

Mundo Deportivo claims Barca manager, Quique Setien, is looking to offer Coutinho and Dembele in order to secure a deal with the Ligue 1 side. If PSG rejects this yet again, it is expected that the Catalan giants will look to sell the pair instead, in order to recover the cash needed to secure the Brazilian.

Chelsea and Manchester United are said to be the ideal destinations for Coutinho as Bayern Munich seems reluctant to pay his buyout clause. Meanwhile, Dembele’s recent injury has frustrated the Barca board, who are now open to make a sale of the Frenchman.

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