- Neymar Jr has not given up on his dreams to re-join Barcelona
- The Catalan club are ready to make another move for the winger as they plan to offer £135m for the winger
- Barca made attempts to sign the Brazilian last summer but both clubs failed to agree on a deal
Neymar has reportedly concluded plans to re-join Barcelona at the end of this prolonged European season.
The Brazilian star became the world's most expensive footballer when he joined Paris Saint Germain in a five-year deal valued around £198 million in 2017.
However, his reign at the Paris club has been controversial - with the 28-year-old constantly linked with a move back to his former club.
Neymar has scored 69 goals and 39 assists in 80 appearances for the Parisians since he joined them three years ago.
The winger has also won five trophies for the French club but has failed to lead them to European glory despite the heavy money paid for him.
He was close to returning to Camp Nou last summer but Barca failed to meet PSG's 200 million euros demands.
According to Daily Mail, Neymar is ready to do anything to return to Barcelona including accepting a pay cut.
The winger's representatives were said to have met with the Catalan club over a possible transfer at the end of this season.
PSG will be hoping Barca will cough out a staggering £135 million for their target or else wait for another one year to make things happen.
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Neymar's impact in his first stint remains irreplaceable with both Philippe Coutinho and Ousmane Dembele failing to measure up to the Brazilian standard.
The former Santos star remains a major target for Barca, however, they still have to meet up with his valuation.
Legit.ng earlier reported that Neymar's return to Barcelona from Paris Saint-Germain could cost the Spanish side Ousmane Dembele and Philippe Coutinho, reports in Spain claim.
It is no more news that Neymar desires to return to the Camp Nou since he made a world record move of £198million in 2017 to Paris.
On the other hand, Barca are willing to offload players in the summer due to lack of funds for the club to spend in the summer window.