Messi wants Neymar to make Camp Nou return

Messi wants Neymar to make Camp Nou return

Messi wants Neymar to make Camp Nou return

Neymar left Barcelona in summer 2017, joining Paris Saint-Germain for £198million and becoming the world's most expensive player as a result.

Reports in Spain suggest Barca are in the running to re-sign the forward but La Liga rivals Real Madrid are also said to be interested in a deal.

However, numerous reports in the Spanish media have claimed Neymar is desperate to return to Barcelona, just seven months after his world-record £200m move to PSG.

Al-Khelaifi, no doubt boosted by the comments, is now hopeful to see Neymar back in a PSG shirt before the end of the season and the World Cup.

Former Barcelona team-mate Ivan Rakitic said he would immediately open the door for former team-mate Neymar to return to Camp Nou. Yes, Real Madrid wants to have him.

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Rumours have begun circulating regarding the future of Neymar, however, as the Brazilian is reportedly becoming increasingly unsettled in France.

Neymar Sr. and Al-Khelaifi moving to reassure people about Neymar's stay in Ligue 1 is understandable after Henrique recently said "I can not guarantee" the player's future, per Anthony Chapman of The Sun.

Brazil national team doctor Rodrigo Lasmar has previously said that €222 million man Neymar will need at least two and a half months, perhaps three, to be back in action.

He's got no buyout clause, PSG are saying "no way we're going to let you go", but the pressure's on, the pressure is absolutely on. The Brazil worldwide underwent surgery in his homeland and now faces race against time to get fit ahead of the World Cup in Russian Federation this summer.

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