PARIS SAINT-GERMAIN'S sporting director has sensationally admitted he can not guarantee Neymar's future in the French capital.
Real Madrid are also in the running for the winger, with Florentino Perez a huge admirer of Neymar, who he almost signed before he joined Barca.
Following the recent Madrid revelations however the PSG chief has personally flown to Brazil to speak with Neymar, who is now still in his homeland recovering from an operation following the foot injury sustained during a recent win over rivals Marseille.
"Neymar's not said anything to me, but if it was up to me I would open the door for him to come back right now", he said.
Neymar has played 30 games for PSG so far this season, scoring 29 goals and assisting a further 19 strikes. The French side look set to regain their Ligue 1 crown but have once again disappointed in the UEFA Champions League.
Real Madrid have not signed a player of "Galactico" proportions since the acquisition of Welsh worldwide Gareth Bale in the summer of 2013 with only the arrival of James Rodriguez after the 2014 Brazil World Cup for 75 million euro coming close. The report claims a source close to Sheikh Al Thani, the owner of PSG and Emir of Qatar, explained that he sees keeping Neymar as a matter of personal pride and not about money.