Real Madrid shock as Neymar refuses to rule out Manchester City transfer

Posted Saturday, March 24, 2018 by

Real Madrid shock as Neymar refuses to rule out Manchester City transfer
Neymar is wanted to Real Madrid and Manchester City

REAL MADRID will go head to head with Manchester City in the battle to sign Neymar this summer, according to reports in Spain.

Real Madrid are understood to be interested in singing Neymar from PSG.

The Brazilian only joined the Paris club last summer from Barcelona but Real are supposedly in talks with his people over a switch.

PSG don’t want to lose their newly-signed star man but could be left with no option if his release clause is triggered.

Yet Real are not the only club tracking the 26-year-old, with Manchester City also in the hunt.

That is according to Spanish publication Mundo Deportivo, who claim Neymar has not ruled out City as a future destination for the ex-Santos superstar.

Neymar could be temped to hook up with Pep Guardiola, whom he supposed has always admired, at the Etihad.

Manchester City, who are on course to win the Premier League, will most likely invest heavily in their squad once again this summer.

Their rivals Manchester United are also said to be keen on Neymar, although the chances of Jose Mourinho spending the required fee to land the striker appear claim.

Mundo Deportivo claim PSG will make life difficult for any club coming in or Neymar, while they are currently planning a new managerial and coaching set-up that most suits the forward’s needs.

Boss Unai Emery is expected to leave at the end of the season, with the hunt for a new manager ongoing.

It was claimed on Thursday that Luis Enrique was approached but the former Barcelona head coach is tipped to join Chelsea instead.



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