- Neymar has reportedly demanded £1.2m a week to join Real Madrid
- Real Madrid want to bolster their squad ahead of their campaign next season
- They are also targeting the signing of Chelsea winger Eden Hazard
Paris-Saint-Germain superstar Neymar has reportedly demanded massive sum of £1.2m a week to join Spanish giants Real Madrid this summer.
Real Madrid are considering signing the Brazil international in their quest to build a strong team for their campaign next season in all competitions.
Neymar currently earns around £622,000 a week at Paris Saint-Germain where he moved for a world record £198 million in 2017 from Barcelona.
And according to the report by AS, Los Blancos' chiefs will have to meet his demand so as to have the chance of luring him back to Spain.
The report added that Real Madrid will also have to offload Gareth Bale in order to acquire Neymar's services.
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Gareth Bale is currently the top earner at Real Madrid and fans have turned against the four-time Champions League winner.
Meanwhile, Neymar is not the only player Real Madrid want this summer as the club are also after the signature of Eden Hazard and Kylian Mbappe.
Chelsea star Eden Hazard could make a move to the Bernabeu after the end of the 2018/19 Europa League final against Arsenal.
Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how ex-Real Madrid boss Vicente Del Bosque said that he would prefer to sign Kylian Mbappe ahead of Neymar.
The 2010 World Cup winning coach with Spain believes the France international has more to the mental side and maturity of his game.
Both Paris Saint-Germain has been linked with moves to Real Madrid, but Del Bosque who won the Champions League in 2002, says he will only sign one player if both were available.
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