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The 4 clubs where Neymar could go if PSG wants to sell him

Various European media such as El País and besoccer.es have assured that PSG does not want to continue counting on Neymar, so the occasion is ideal to analyze the clubs where the crack of the Brazilian team, who is already 30 years old, could go .

Considering that PSG has presented its new shirts this Wednesday, without counting in its first images with Neymar himself among its models (he did appear in the last ones), unlike Lionel Messi or Kylian Mbappé, the rumors are beginning to spread with greater force and according to donbalon.com, Manchester United would be willing to offer 50 million euros for the midfielder. It must be remembered that the “Red Devils” are in a new project at the hands of the Dutch coach Erik ten Hag, who is looking for a piece of hierarchy to lead his attack, especially if Cristiano Ronaldo ends up leaving Old Trafford.

Another renowned British institution with economic power is Chelsea, which will also begin a reconstruction phase and could contact PSG in order to negotiate for the former Santos and Barcelona. Likewise, a teammate of the genius from São Paulo in the “verdeamarelha” team and member of the London team itself, Thiago Silva, told ESPN that he would like to join “Ney” in the English squad itself. “I don’t know anything, but Neymar has to go to Chelsea.”

Since the 2015 Bronze Ball left FC Barcelona in 2017, heading to Paris, he has always been linked to Juventus, especially during each summer in which there was talk that he wanted to leave the French team. It is true that right now “La Vecchia Signora” of calcium does not have money to cushion a high signing; However, the newspaper El País has added that the French institution does not rule out giving him up and paying his salary in order not to have him on the squad for the 2022-2023 season.

The portal fichajes.net reported that Newcastle United is in a financial and structural position to sign Neymar Jr., given that he will begin the first full season under the ownership of the multimillionaire Arab Sheikh Mohammed Bin Salman, so starting a project by signing a crack like the Brazilian would be exciting. Furthermore, the St James’ Park club is one of the few that could pay a high transfer fee to PSG for the talented player.

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