- Neymar could be finally traded to Barcelona but for an unreachable amount
- Reports claim PSG are willing to sell the Brazilian for £156m, a price too expensive during the pandemic
- Several players have had their market values drop due to the global economic crisis
Neymar could be released from Paris Saint-Germain to former club Barcelona for a not possible £156million, reports in Spain claims.
It is understood that the Brazilian striker is ready to push for a move back to the Camp Nou after several months of speculation.
And according to reports in Spain, a cut-price of £156m would be too expensive for La Blaugrana to cough out in the summer.
The report explains that Barcelona are determined to sign Lautaro Martinez from Inter Milan but are also very keen on bringing Neymar back.
Reports from Spain also claim that Barca are keen on signing Inter Milan's Lautaro Martinez as well as Neymar in the summer window.
PSG are only willing to let Neymar leave Parc des Princes for cash due to the economic crisis that rocked clubs during the pandemic.
Market values of players around the world have also dropped massively and any club trading them would have to accept a price slash for their respective stars.
French striker Kylian Mbappe has had his £200m price tag drop to £158m while his attacking teammate Neymar went from £156m down to £122m.
Barcelona's Lionel Messi had the biggest fall from £156m to £113m, a staggering 27.5 per cent in rating.
As a result, all clubs will mostly be involved in a player to player swap deal rather than a cash transfer business.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that Neymar's mum's boyfriend Tiago Ramos was rushed to hospital after a "domestic accident" involving broken glass.
The 23-year-old was reported to have accidentally cut his hand in a glass in their apartment with his 52-year-old lover Nadine Goncalves.
The couple who recently got back together after splitting on May 21, made the experienced anxious moments in their home.
Legit.ng also reported that Cristiano Ronaldo has continued to dominate other footballers with his earnings in endorsements and yearly income.
The Juventus striker's Instagram posts were recently valued by HoppoerHQ and the 35-year-old rakes in a whopping £780,000 per post on his social media handle.
The Portuguese icon currently has over 22 million followers on his Instagram handle and he remains the best-paid footballer when a post is made.
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