Published: Fri, May 11, 2018
Sports | By Johanna Francis

Neymar will be very important at Real Madrid, says Paul Breitner

Neymar will be very important at Real Madrid, says Paul Breitner

The Spanish and French press have reported on these rumours non-stop, and on Wednesday, Fernando Kallas of AS stated PSG have set a monumental price tag of €260 million (£227 million) for the Brazilian.

Neymar made a world record transfer move to Paris-Saint-Germain from Barcelona past year August, and he has been linked with a move to Real Madrid since January 2018.

Real Madrid are reportedly looking at selling up to four players this summer to make a sensational swoop for Neymar.

Meanwhile, reports suggest that Real Madrid is keen on bringing Neymar and Liverpool right winger Mohamed Salah with Cristiano Ronaldo to strengthen their squad.

The main contender for the star Brazilian player is considered "real".

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Paris Saint-Germain players Adrien Rabiot and Kevin Trapp believe that Neymar wants to stay at the Parc des Princes, after he lapped up the celebrations following the club's triumph in the Coupe de France.

However, Real Madrid boss Zidane refused to reveal whether or not he has the Brazilian in his sights. I don't have much to say about that [reports linking him with Real].

But despite PSG's dominance domestically, Neymar has been a frustrated figure and he has been on the sidelines for the last three months after suffering a serious ankle injury. "I only care about finishing the season well".

Also this week, former Brazilian global Edmilson told Spanish radio programme El Larguero: "I wouldn't be too surprised if, after the World Cup, Neymar signs for Madrid".

Neymar, according to reports in a section of Spanish media, has met Real bosses on March 22 during his visit to Vinicius Junior, who has signed for the Spanish side in 2017.

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