Manchester United 'lining up £200m swoop for Neymar'

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Ever since leaving Barcelona for Paris Saint-Germain in a record-breaking €222 million deal last summer, speculation has suggested that a 26-year-old forward is destined to return to Spain.

The Brazilian has never seemed fully invested in playing for PSG, appearing to pick and choose when he trains and plays.

PSG are prepared to put that stance to the test if Neymar - a player United would also love - makes a stunning move to Madrid.

United have reportedly been in contact with Neymar's inner circle to inform him that they are willing to break the world transfer record to bring him to Manchester. "And the French media I don't know who they are working for", Al-Khelaifi told reporters, according to publication Goal.

Faria said: "After a lot of consideration, and with a very heavy heart, I have decided the time is right for me to move on".

Brazilian right-back Dani Alves, also playing for PSG, has bid early farewell to Russian Federation with expected right knee surgery ahead.

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Neymar Sr has told the media that his son, himself, wants to leave PSG.

Neymar joining Real Madrid this summer would be "win-win for both parties", says fellow Brazilian and former Blancos star Robinho.

At the moment, all I can tell you is I'm anxious about what's coming up. We won the World Cup together.

PSG picked up four trophies this season, winning Ligue 1, Coupe de France, Coupe de League and the trophee de champion. "There will be changes for sure, but I am not thinking about that now".

Neymar said this season has been the least he's ever played, so he is rested for the World Cup that begins on June 14 in Moscow.

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