Intermediaries have contacted Manchester United about recruiting Neymar from Paris Saint-Germain this summer.
Erik ten Hag’s club is among those who have been contacted regarding Neymar’s prospective availability.
Although a transaction may make sense from a business perspective, he is not presently a target for United.
PSG condemned the actions of supporters who, according to reports, congregated outside Neymar’s residence and chanted for him to quit the club.
Fans were captured chanting for the board to resign in front of the club’s headquarters, followed by footage of supporters visiting Neymar’s residence and urging him to leave.
Manchester United offered PSG forward this summer.
Lionel Messi is also expected to depart Paris Saint-Germain at the conclusion of the season, as the Ligue 1 club has no plans to offer the forward a new contract.
Neymar’s destiny at PSG remains uncertain. It’s the conclusion of the ‘bling-bling’ era and they want to proceed in a different direction, so they would consider Neymar trade offers.
In the past, they have been open to proposals for him, and Neymar’s career has not been going particularly well.
PSG supporters demonstrated in front of his residence, chanting, “Get out of our club.” PSG issued a forceful statement condemning the behavior.
There is a lot of commotion surrounding Neymar, and I believe PSG feels they no longer require this hubbub.
I believe his departure would be consistent with their new strategy. PSG does not want to be the Harlem Globetrotters or the Dream Team; rather, they want to be the club version of the youthful, humble, and ravenous French team that won the World Cup.
The Qataris could theoretically purchase Manchester United and then transfer Neymar from Paris Saint-Germain to the club to become the symbol of the new ownership.
The issue, however, would be financial fairness. Even with the new Qatari proprietors, I do not believe that Manchester United can afford to pay someone a huge salary, and he is not a true Erik ten Hag type of player.
If Neymar is to quit PSG, however, Premier League clubs must be considered.