- Neymar wanted by MLS clubs
- Barcelona remains priority for the player
- PSG will demand €150m for Neymar
WHAT HAPPENED? Neymar has reportedly informed Paris Saint-Germain that he wants to leave this summer as the Brazilian eyes a return to his former side, Barcelona. Amid the possibility of Neymar exiting the French champions, MLS clubs have suddenly shown interest in him.
THE BIGGER PICTURE: According to Fabrizio Romano, (via CaughtOffside), Neymar's situation has alerted a number of MLS teams, with LAFC even preparing a move to sign the superstar. Despite US clubs' interest in him, however, Romano maintains that Neymar's first priority remains returning to Barcelona.
AND WHAT'S MORE: PSG are ready to sell, too, but they won't let him go for cheap and have slapped a €150 million (£129m/$165m) price tag on the player. Other than LAFC and Barcelona, the 31-year-old is also being linked with a move to Saudi Arabia.
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WHAT NEXT FOR NEYMAR? His future is well and truly up in the air as it stands. It was recently report by Sport that a Saudi Arabian club could sign Neymar this summer and immediately send him on loan to Barcelona.