Manchester United Ready To Sell Their Best Player To PSG For Neymar

PSG's Neymar celebrates.

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In an unlikely turn of events, Neymar might be on the move yet again.

Having trumped the transfer market in the summer, wherein PSG were able to quite literally pry away the Brazilian from Barcelona by breaking the world transfer record, the same might occur once more.

In the months since the move, Neymar has seemed far from happy in Paris, and despite having found the back of the net 29 times in 30 appearances and assisting an astounding 19 more, things might change.

Apart from having picked up an injury that will see him out for quite a while, his displeasure at PSG has attracted a host of interest from elsewhere, and all of it could lead to a mind-boggling trade-off.

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As per Diario Gol, Manchester United are prepared to try and confound Real Madrid and purchase Neymar.


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The La Liga giants emerged as obvious suitors for the 26-year-old, and while it would be a questionable move owing to his Barcelona past, it is one that could very well go hand in hand with the ethos of the Galacticos.

However, it would seem that Jose Mourinho and company will simply have none of that. The source added that an offer of £261 million is something the Mancunian club is prepared to splash, in addition to offering the Brazilian a bumper contract worth £30 million in wages.


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And as if that wasn’t enough to sway PSG, it appears that United will include Paul Pogba as part of the deal in what will be a swap move that will assuredly break the transfer market. If that happens, the former most expensive footballer will move for the current world-record transfer.

All this is pinned on the fact that Pogba, as of recent, simply isn’t looking the part at United, and might be unhappy. But none of that would entail a saga potentially this huge, and thus, it will take far more development for such a move to come to fruition.

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