Paris Saint-Germain reportedly stop selling Neymar shirts in their club shop as the Brazilian draws closer to joining either Barcelona or Real Madrid.
Paris Saint-Germain have reportedly stopped selling Neymar shirts in their club shop as the Brazilian draws closer to joining either Barcelona or Real Madrid.
The Brazilian, who moved to PSG for £198m two years ago, has told chiefs at the Parc des Princes that he wants a return to Spain this summer.
Barcelona have been credited with an interest in Neymar throughout the summer, while Los Blancos are said to have recently entered the race having abandoned their pursuit of Paul Pogba.
According to Marca, Neymar's name has been all but etched completely from the club shop, with the only reminder of the Brazilian being on a panel where the boots are sold.
The latest offer from Barcelona, Neymar's original choice, is said to be £55m plus the services of Philippe Coutinho, who is surplus to requirements under Ernesto Valverde.
PSG, however, are reluctant to do business with the Catalans and would instead be open to negotiating with Real if club president Florentino Perez includes Luka Modric in the deal. body check tags ::