Barcelona are reportedly ready to sell Neymar to Manchester United in the summer if they are still interested.
The Spanish giants are believed to have concerns about the Brazil star's lifestyle and will be happy to offload the player as long as his £170million release clause is met.
Spanish outlet Diario Gol, says Barcelona chiefs are willing to sanction the 25-year-old exit this summer and bring in some new players due to Neymar’s disinterest to the Barca cause.
United were seriously connected with the player last summer and his father claimed United had made an offer to Barcelona for the player. The club have once again been linked with Neymar more recently, while PSG are also thought to be interested and have the financial power to lure the player.
Neymar signed a new deal to keep him at the Nou Camp until 2021 in October 2016 and earlier this month he claimed his future was in Catalonia.
Neymar told beIN Sports: “I want to be here and that’s why I renewed. I’m happy with everything I’ve done for the club.
“And I’m happy with my team-mates. I feel at home.”
But if Barcelona decide to cash in on Neymar to fund moves for Arsenal’s Hector Bellerin, Juventus striker Paulo Dybala and PSG midfielder Marco Verratti then the Brazilian could be surplus to requirements.
Neymar, who has scored 19 goals in 44 appearances this season, will see his buyout clause increase to £200m the next year and £212m for the final three years of his contract.