- Neymar has told Paris-Saint-Germain chiefs that he will be signing new deal
- This will end the speculation of him making a return to Spanish side Barcelona
- Neymar has so far played 55 games for Paris-Saint-Germain netting 49 goals
Neymar who is a Brazilian footballer is reportedly ready to commit his future to reigning French champions Paris-Saint-Germain where he has been playing for the past three seasons.
There have been reports that the forward could make a return to Spanish giants Barcelona where he actually made his name in football before moving to France.
Neymar left Barcelona with reports claiming then that he was tired playing second fiddle to Lionel Messi who is the captain of the Catalans.
But since he got to Paris-Saint-Germain, Neymar has not been able to find his superb form no thanks to injuries.
France international Kylian Mbappe is another star player at Paris-Saint-Germain who has also been impressive since he joined from Monaco.
According to the report on UK Sun, Neymar actually told Paris-Saint-Germain chiefs before their Champions League final that he would be signing a new deal.
Sadly, the French side lost the Champions League final against Bayern Munich.
The Brazilian is now expected to sign a new five-year deal at Paris-Saint-Germain and end the speculation of him moving back to Barcelona.
Neymar joined Paris-Saint-Germain in 2017 and the Brazilian has played 55 games so far scoring 49 goals.
In the national team, Neymar has played 103 games for Brazil netting 64 goals.
Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how Brazilian football star Neymar who is currently playing for French champions Paris-Saint-Germain has emerged as the player topping the list of the highest-paid individual in boot deal in the world.
This is an incredible record and achievement for the former Barcelona star who is topping his former teammate Lionel Messi and also Cristiano Ronaldo of Juventus.
He achieved this success after he ended his 15-year partnership with Nike and signed awesome £23m deal with Puma in September 2020.
Neymar had two years left on his stunning deal with Nike, but the Brazilian opted to break the contract to join Puma after being offered a staggering sum.
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