Former FC Barcelona vice president Emili Rousaud insists Neymar returning to the Camp Nou is possible and feels the coronavirus pandemic will help the deal.
The Catalan giants have reportedly reignited their interest in the Brazil international after failing to secure his services from Paris Saint-Germain before the start of the 2019/2020 season.
There have been also been reports that Barcelona are looking at Inter Milan's Lautaro Martinez but it seems Neymar is the preferred target.
Rousaud feels the financial impact of the coronavirus pandemic could deflate the upcoming transfer market.
"Neymar coming back is possible," he told L'Equipe.
"The coronavirus is going to provoke deflation in the transfer market and the majority of clubs will have financial problems.
"Barcelona will have to analyse if the operation is within the club's finances. The interest is real, but it's complicated. There are three parties involved: Barça, PSG and the player.
"If the three look for an agreement, they will find the solution: payment in instalments, for example. It all depends on the will of each party and especially on the demands of Neymar."
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