Barcelona have reportedly made a £90million, plus two players, offer to re-sign Neymar from Paris Saint-Germain.
The 27-year-old Brazilian left Camp Nou in a stunning £200million deal back in 2017, but now could return to his old club after telling the French champions he wants to leave.
According to Sky Germany, Barca have told PSG they will pay £90million and give them two players from a six-man list in order to get Neymar back.
It’s understood that five of the players on this list are Philippe Coutinho, Ousmane Dembele, Ivan Rakitic, Nelson Semedo, and Malcom, while the sixth is unknown.
Paris are said to want to recoup more than the £200m they paid for their record signing, if they are to let him go this summer.
It is as yet unclear whether they will see the total value of this players-plus-cash offer from Barca as equating to their valuation, or if they will be interested in two of the players on offer.
After missing the Copa America, which Brazil won, through injury, Neymar opted not to report for pre-season training and later told PSG chiefs of his desire to depart from the club.
It has also been claimed that he’s offered himself to Premier League teams with Manchester United eyed as a potential destination, although he favours a return to Barcelona.
PSG boss Thomas Tuchel previously said: “I am always disappointed when a player turns up late but it is clear between us, now it is between the club and Neymar.
“I knew he wanted to leave before the Copa America but it is something between the club and player.
“I am the coach, he’s my player. If he is in the locker room, this is my player and I work with him.”