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Neymar to take a pay cut for a move back to Barcelona?

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Neymar would be reportedly making a reunion with Barcelona and is also thinking about taking a pay cut. The 29-year-old forward has been rumored to agree to a 50% pay cut.

The Catalan club is currently going through tough times with an estimated debt of around $1.3 billion. Thus, it would be a difficult transfer window for the club without selling some of their current players.

Additionally, the Brazillian would be a key signing for the new club President Joan Laporta. Thus, in this manner, he might convince Lionel Messi to stay at the La Liga club. However, Neymar is yet to renew his contract that expires next year.

Neymar agreeing for a 50% Paycut would be a great news for Barcelona!

Neymar Junior joined PSG from Barcelona in 2017, as the world’s most expensive transfer ever, for a reported fee of around £220 million. However, one of the reasons was the former club president, Josep Bartomeu.

Now, Laporta replaced the corrupt President and the skillster would be thinking about a move back to his former club. According to Spanish media outlet Marca, the Brazillian superstar could be taking a 50% pay cut to play alongside his best friend, Lionel Messi.

“I want to enjoy being on the pitch with him (Messi) again. For sure next year we have to do it.” – Neymar after beating Manchester United in the Champions League.

If Luis Suarez thinks of coming back to Barca, we all could witness the world’s most deadly trio of Messi, Suarez and Neymar, i.e. MSN, once again creating problems for the opponent defence. The Uruguayan striker had been enjoying his stint at his current club, Atletico Madrid, who are on course to win the La Liga title.

However, Neymar would have to focus now on the Champions League as PSG take on Manchester City in the semifinals. The Ligue 1 giants are looking forward to winning the trophy since losing in the final last year and Neymar has been a key player for them this time around.

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