He has now decided that a move back to Spain is what he wants and has made his former club aware of his interest in a possible return, according to reports in Spain.
But PSG, who are reportedly looking for £355m to sell Neymar in the future, are not prepare to part ways with their star man.
But Valverde rejected speculation Neymar could make a sensational return to Barcelona after a single season with PSG. While Barcelona's Valverde was hesitant to comment on the reports, Real Madrid boss Zinedine Zidane said he believed a hypothetical €400m transfer was not out of the question. "We don't know where it's come from or where it's going to end".
According to AS, Real Madrid officials met with Neymar Sr. and two lawyers in Paris "a few weeks ago" to discuss the possibility of a transfer and said the club would be willing to pay €400m, as well as a signing bonus for the player and another increase to Neymar's already world-record salary.
On top of those issues, Barca would be hard-pushed to muster the funds needed to bring him back having since signed Ousmane Dembele and Philippe Coutinho for up to €145 million and €160 million, respectively. The Brazilian superstar adopted well in Paris and got to business right from the first game that he played for the club.
"I think he's realised PSG isn't the place for him, I think he wants to look for a more competitive place to play". On the 400 million, they paid 220 million and when they bought me they paid 72. I thought then it was insane, and 10 years after that, there's amounts much, much bigger.
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