Neymar replaced in Paris by an interplanetary star?

PSG Mercato: Despite a current contract until June 2025, Neymar could leave Paris SG this summer to make way for another very big star.

PSG Mercato: Neymar pushed out for Lewandowski?

Despite a contract running until June 2025 with an optional additional season, Neymar is no longer sure that he wants to continue the adventure with Paris Saint-Germain. Indeed, while he declared a few weeks ago that a departure this summer was not on the agenda in his career plans, the Brazilian attacking midfielder would have finally changed his mind with the recent remarks by the Parisian president Nasser Al-Khelaifi. According to the Madrid daily AS, the 30-year-old Brazilian international has asked his representatives to sound out the other European leaders. The Neymar clan would have made contact with the management of Juventus Turin.

However, even if Paris SG is ready to claim reasonable compensation, the Bianconeri would not have the means to pay the salary of Lionel Messi’s teammate. Anyway, the Neymar clan is looking to leave Paris Saint-Germain, who in turn are already thinking about their succession. According to several concordant sources, the new strongman of the capital club, Luis Campos, would like to strike a double blow on this summer transfer window: sell Neymar and recruit Robert Lewandowski. And that’s good since Bayern Munich would now be a seller.

PSG Mercato: Robert Lewandowski out of reach of Barça?

According to newspaper information The Team, Luis Campos closely monitor the situation of Robert Lewandowski. Follower of 3-5-2, the Portuguese leader dreams of seeing Kylian Mbappé at the forefront of the Parisian attack, while Lionel Messi in a role of number 10, as a playmaker. And Paris Saint-Germain could well have a chance on this track. Indeed, according to information from Sky Germany, Bayern Munich would now be willing to listen to offers for their top scorer in recent seasons.

However, the German club warns that it will not even consider an offer under 60 million euros. However, the German journalist Marc Behrenbeck specifies that an agreement could be concluded between the two clubs for around 50 million euros. After being turned away twice with offers of 32 to 35 M€, plus 5 M€ in bonuses, could FC Barcelona align with the demands of the Bavarian club?

Paris SG remains on the lookout.

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