With Brazil superstar Neymar heavily linked with a move back to FC Barcelona, French giants Paris Saint-Germain have reportedly set their price tag for the forward.
The 28-year-old is believed to still have his heart set on leaving France in the next transfer window, with a return to the Blaugrana desired.
Neymar left Spain after a controversial transfer saga in 2017, becoming the most expensive player in history with his move to the French club.
The forward joined the Ligue 1 champions for a record €222 million (R4.2 billion), but is now understood to be desperate to quit the club, although he might be out of Barcelona's price range.
According to Sport, PSG are demanding €175 million (R3.3 billion) for his signature, and are not interested in entering into a swap deal with the Spanish club.
Reports in Spain suggest that Barca are in financial trouble following the break in football, and that the Catalans do not have the cash to afford Neymar's signature as a result.
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