- Paris Saint-Germain are ready to let go of Brazilian forward, Neymar and are looking for the best suitors for the 30-year-old
- Neymar arrived at the Parc des Princes in a move from Barcelona for a world-record fee in 2017 but has failed to lead PSG to Champions League glory
- PSG are looking to rebuild their squad around World Cup winner Kylian Mbappe after an underwhelming 2021/22 season
Paris Saint-Germain are willing to count their losses on Brazilian forward Neymar as they have decided to sell the former Barcelona star this summer.
Neymar joined the Parisians for a world record fee of £196 million in 2017 but has struggled with injuries and lack of form since his move from Barcelona.
The PSG hierarchy are now fed up with the 30-year-old Brazilian and has offered him to top Italian Serie A club Juventus this summer Sport Bible reports.
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Neymar could be available for £76 million, which would see Parisians take a huge loss as Juventus manager, Maximiliano Allegri is seriously considering the forward as an option for the Old Lady.
Juventus are looking to get back to dominating the Serie A once again after failing to win the league in the last two seasons, losing the title to Inter Milan and AC Milan respectively.
Neymar is hesitant to leave PSG
Meanwhile, Neymar is not ready to leave Paris Saint-Germain despite the club looking for offers for the Brazilian forward this summer Goal reports.
The 30-year-old is ready to prove his critics wrong and show why PSG paid a huge amount to bring him to Paris in 2017, especially with the 2022 World Cup close by.
Neymar’s present deal with PSG runs out in 2025 after only penning a new deal with the French champions last summer.
Neymar prepares for Brazil exit
Earlier, Sports Brief reported Paris Saint-Germain forward Neymar has tipped Rodrygo to take over from him once he retires from international football.
Neymar has in the past been critical of himself and the fans alike and has hinted at taking an early break from his duties with the national side.
Many assume that the FIFA World Cup in Qatar will be the last contribution for the 30-year-old. Brazil will be looking to win the World Cup for the first time in 20 years.
Source: Sports Brief News