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    PSG Willing to Sell Neymar, However, Man City, Real Madrid, and the Others Doesn’t Seem to be Interested

    According to French reports, Paris Saint-Germain is ready for Brazilian striker Neymar to play his last game this summer, with the right offer in their hand PSG is willing to let Neymar leave. 

    The Brazilian is still the most expensive player in history after joining the French giant for £ 198m in 2017, but his position in the club seems to be declining soon.

    As per the reports stated by L`Equipe the relationship with star Kylian Mbappe – who seems to have signed a three-year deal of about €650,000-a-week, has deteriorated to the point where the club and President Nasser Al Khelaifi have agreed to let him go.

    Other Clubs Who Might be Able to Afford Neymar

    But European giants Manchester City, Manchester United, Liverpool, Real Madrid, and Bavarian Munich aren’t interested in signing a 30-year-old player, and French newspapers say Saudi Arabia-backed Newcastle can afford the player. However, Neymar doesn’t want to move there.

    When Neymar joined the club from Barcelona FC, ​​he was one of the most famous figures in the sports world, and Al-khelaifi said he was “the best player in the world” at Parc des Princes.

    Neymar Jr. is undoubtedly still famous, but since then he has been eaten by Mbappe, who has surpassed him in the last four seasons, and the 22-year-old striker New Deal has cemented his position as PSG’s top dog.

    In addition, Mbappe, who was once closer to his teammate when he shared the kit supplier, now seems to have grown distant. L`Equipe claims that he ridicules Neymar privately and freely and that he is okay with the 117 cap international leaving. Mbappe is believed to have a say in the transfer as part of his new deal.

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