Neymar presented ‘important proposal’ by Saudi club — and he’s ‘tempted’ by move

Neymar reportedly has the chance to make a money-spinning move to Saudi Arabia as the Brazilian looks set to leave PSG.

The 31-year-old joined PSG in 2017 for a world-record £200million after the French giants triggered the release clause in his Barcelona contract.

But it’s been a mixed bag for Neymar in the French capital with his minutes limited due to injury and yearly failure in their attempts to at last win the Champions League.

And with the 124-time Brazil international not thought to be a key player for new manager Luis Enrique, PSG are open to selling him in order to focus on building a younger and hungrier side.

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According to transfer guru Fabrizio Romano, Neymar is in "advanced talks" with Saudi side Al Hilal, with the club sending official documents to the player and his representatives to be checked. The deal is considered to be underway.

Barcelona were also thought to be interested in bringing Neymar back to the Camp Nou in an extraordinary return but, against Saudi’s unmatched finances, Barca may reportedly try to re-activate a deal for Atletico Madrid’s Joao Felix if they miss out on the Brazilian.

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Neymar looks set to be the latest PSG player headed for the exit door with Leandro Paredes and Renato Sanches both also touted to leave the Parc des Princes this summer.

Kylian Mbappe’s future in Paris has also been disputed after the French World Cup winner was previously left out of the club’s pre-season tour of Asia after he refused to trigger a one-year extension clause in his contract – meaning he was set to leave PSG as a free agent in the summer.

But it seems the player has had a change of heart after he returned to first-team training in an incredible U-turn which will now reportedly see him trigger the clause which would keep him under contract at the club until 2025.

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