Crazy Reports Suggest Neymar Has 'Offered Himself' To Spanish Giants
March 09, 2018
Speculation surrounding the future of Brazil superstar Neymar has exploded recently, with the PSG forward being linked with a sensational return to Spain.
Neymar famously was made the world’s most expensive player in history, after his current French employers triggered his €222m buy-out clause to secure him from Barcelona.
At the time, despite it being an enormous financial benefit for the South American, it was suggested that he made the switch in a bid to step out of Lionel Messi’s shadow at the Nou Camp.
Although, a targeted elusive Champions League with PSG has failed to materialise after the Parisians crashed out in the last 16 to other Spanish giants Real Madrid.
Neymar also broke his metatarsal after the first leg, meaning he is in a race to be fit for the 2018 World Cup in Russia this summer. But, crazy reports are now claiming that he has ‘offered himself’ back to Barcelona nevertheless.
Reports from Mundo Deportivo in Spain have claimed the 26-year-old has outlined his desire to return to the Nou Camp in the near future.
It has been suggested he has reached out to former teammates and friends at the Catalan club, while also sending an ‘SOS’ to their executives and employees, as well as one unnamed director.
Neymar has told his camp that it was a huge mistake to leave Barcelona for PSG last summer and now he wants to return and has offered himself to Barcelona. He spoke with Barça players and staff to find if there’s possibility of rejoining the club #fcblive [md]— Barcastuff (@barcastuff__) March 9, 2018
MD believe that Neymar feels the decision to depart Barca for PSG last summer was a mistake but that it helped him grow as a player, while he sees Ligue 1 as inferior to La Liga.
The Brazil international skipper is said to be seeking a 2019 return to his former club, but there are still huge ramifications from his initial exit, as each side is still suing each other in a legal battle regarding unpaid bonuses and claims for damages.