PSG have offered Manchester United the chance to sign Neymar.
By now, it is public knowledge that Neymar is desperate to end his adventure at Paris Saint-Germain, with the French outfit also ready to sell him to the highest bidder.
However, PSG’s demands of a world-record transfer fee for the Brazilian international have led to a complete shortage of suitors.
Further, the forward himself has a ginormous wage package, and not many clubs can afford to secure his services in the current market.
PSG continue their attempts to find a suitable destination for the 27-year-old. In fact, according to Spanish outlet Sport, the Ligue 1 giants approached Manchester United to try their luck at a potential sale.
However, the Red Devils seemingly turned down the chance to sign Neymar straightaway, making it clear that they were absolutely disinterested in any prospective deal.
Now, Real Madrid seem to be the only realistic candidates to sign the player, as every other top-level club has closed the door on this signing.
Neymar himself is most eager to return to Barcelona, but PSG’s poor relations with the Catalan giants have made this transfer extremely difficult, if not impossible.