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GettyPep Guardiola is reportedly keen on a reunion with Neymar

According to information from Mundo Deportivo, the latter has sent a precise and firm instructions to the PSG chief al-Khelaïfi: keep Neymar at all costs!

Real Madrid have also been proposed as potential suitors due to Florentino Perez's admiration for the Brazilian global.

What happens when Paris' owner goes to Brazil to speak with Neymar remains to be seen, but it would be quite something if he departs after just a single campaign in the French capital.

NEYMAR has told his father he wants any potential move to Real Madrid sorted before the World Cup, according to reports in Spain.

"I can not even see Real Madrid paying the €300-400m for one player".

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So far this season, Neymar has played 30 games for PSG, scoring an incredible 29 goals and registering 19 assists for his teammates in all competitions. "I spoke with [sporting director] Antero [Henrique], they are in Brazil to visit Neymar after his operation".

The Ligue 1 leaders lost the second leg 2-1 at home while their attacking talisman recovered from surgery. Today, Neymar is linked with a move to Manchester...

Brazilian team doctor Rodrigo Lasmar has said that the 26-year-old - who left Barcelona after PSG paid his €222 million buyout clause last August - will need at least two-and-a-half months, maybe three, to return to action.

Barca have spent the €222m they received for Neymar on the signings of Coutinho and Ousmane Dembele, and with Arthur and potentially Antoine Griezmann set to arrive later this year are unlikely to pay that amount. "Or even earlier than that", Zidane said. Neymar did not feature in the game as he has been sidelined with a foot injury. The Brazil global underwent surgery in his homeland and now faces race against time to get fit ahead of the World Cup in Russian Federation this summer.

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