History repeats itself: Neymar Jr. is offered to FC Barcelona again

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The transfer market window has not yet opened and some operations have already been carried out that, for many, are a kind of bombing. However, this time a topic that will never end came to light and that is the new offer of Neymar Jr. to the FC Barcelona.

Due to the movement that the Paris Saint-Germain to improve their squad, the name of the Brazilian continues to be a dilemma for the Parisians, since there is talk that the new coach and his board of directors do not have him.

Likewise, the most impressive thing about it all is that the international media are talking about an amount of $50 million dollars to finalize his transfer, a figure well below his status in European football and more when it comes to Paris Saint-Germain; a team that is not used to letting go of its players.

Despite the fact that the figure is accessible to the big clubs in Europe, the Catalans are not in the business of looking for his signing, at least for now; because they are fully focused on the renewal of Ousmane Dembele and the hiring of Robert Lewandowski.

On the other hand, this will not be the first time that the Brazilian is related to the azulgranas, because in the last transfer market and before renewing his contract until 2025, but the difference in his transfer was a very low amount and the Paris Saint-Germain refused to accept a low price.

It is no secret to anyone that Neymar Jr. he has always wanted to return to Barcelona, ​​since with the azulgranas he has won his only UEFA champions league and where was the figure next to Leo Messi Y Louis Suarez.

Finally, it should be expected that it will take place in the coming days and weeks, but what is clear is that the Barcelona has his gaze fixed on Robert Lewandowski whom they consider key in the new project of Xavi Hernandez.

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