The wantaway Paris Saint-Germain forward Neymar has reportedly offered himself to Manchester United as he desperately wants to leave the French capital
Although the 27-year-old fought tooth and nail to secure a route back to the Camp Nou, the transfer has become unfeasible the moment the Catalans splashed out £108m to secure Antoine Griezmann’s services.
Some recent rumors have suggested that the former Santos star also considers a move to the reigning Serie A holders Juventus, with his father-agent reportedly already held a meeting with the Bianconeri.
However, according to the British outlet, The Sun, Neymar now looks to join Manchester United, who have the resources to fund the move even though they won’t be featuring the Champions League next season.
The Parisians value their superstar at £198m, which is a fee the Red Devils can afford, but a lack of the Champions League football is certainly not working in their favor.
Meanwhile, the French heavyweights are well aware of the player’s desire to find a new club, but they can now only accept counterparts from Barcelona to get rid of Neymar’s salary.
Such a prospect doesn’t satisfy the Ligue 1 outfit that would like to recoup £200m they forked out to bring Neymar to Parc des Princes in 2017.