PSG willing to sell Neymar for staggering £346m to Man United

PSG willing to sell Neymar for staggering £346m to Man United

- PSG are willing to sell Neymar to Man United only if they meet their asking price

- The Brazilian has also been heavily linked to join Real Madrid in the summer

- United's only hope of a silverware this season is the FA Cup trophy

Paris Saint-Germain are reportedly ready to let their star player Neymar join Manchester United if they can pay a staggering £346m (€400m), Don Balon reports.

Reports from Don Balon also claimed the Red Devils and Real Madrid have been the clubs battling to land the winger this summer.

The 26-year-old has been heavily linked with a move away from the Ligue 1 champions in recent months after spending just a season with the French club.

The Brazilian international is said to be open to quitting PSG this summer to join a more competitive league as reports revealed he is unhappy at the French capital.

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However, reports also said that PSG are not willing to negotiate a deal with the Spanish club, they are only open to talking to United.

PSG feel if the attacker is determined to leave Paris they would rather let him join United at the end of the season over Real.

Neymar joined PSG for a world-record £200m deal from Barcelona last summer after the Parisians met his release clause.

Neymar is currently out with a foot injury but the Brazil star is racing against time to get fit for the World Cup in Russia in June.

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United were beaten 1-0 at Old Trafford by relegation-threatened West Brom which handed the premier League title to Manchester City.

Mourinho's men will are back in midweek action on Thursday as United travel to Bournemouth in a Premier League fixture.

The Old Trafford outfit will also have to pass through Tottenham in the FA Cup and play Chelsea or Southampton in the final at Wembley for a chance to win a silverware.

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