Neymar: Paris St-Germain must pay £198m ‘in full’ for Barcelona forward
Barcelona has demanded a world record of 222m Euro (£198m) from Paris St-Germain for Neymar to join them.
An international player from Brazil has been given permission by Barca manager Ernesto Val Verde not to train on Wednesday. Manager gave him time to sort out his future.
PSG is ready to pay the 25-year-old release clause.
Neymar contract with PSG
The latest change comes two days after it rose Barca were set up to push for a Financial Fair Play examination if PSG marked Neymar.
That came after La Liga president Javier Tebas debilitated, in a meeting with Mundo Deportivo, a legitimate reaction against the previous Ligue 1 champions if European football’s representing body neglected to make a move.
Neymar moved to Barcelona from Brazilian club Santos in 2013 for £48.6m, and marked another five-year manage the 24-time Spanish champions in 2016.
His delegate Wagner Ribeiro, who on Wednesday tweeted he was in Paris, said a year prior that his client had been offered an expense excluded £650,000 seven days to sign for the French club. He likewise said the forward was near a move to Manchester United.
Bits of gossip about Neymar’s potential take off remerged as of late, however club president Josep Maria Bartomeu told the BBC the player would be remaining.
He headed out back to Spain on Tuesday and came back to the club’s preparation ground on Wednesday.
The Brazilian has scored 105 goals for Barcelona, helping them to two league titles, three Copas del Rey and a Champions League crown.