Neymar to shine in Man City colours?

The Brazilian player and one of the most renowned in the business, Neymar has been linked with a move away from French club Paris Saint Germain this summer after the shocking extension of Kylian Mbappe at the club. The France international is not willing to keep the Brazilian at the club and PSG have been open to offers.

Manchester City have let go of their two key attacking players in the reign of Pep Guardiola, Raheem Sterling and Gabriel Jesus which also possibly could leave them short in the wing positions, which means a lot of players can be available for the positions.

Due to the departure of Sterling and Jesus, according to the report, City can now afford Neymar’s wages which would be a large amount only.

Manchester City boss has always been keen on wanting Neymar on his side, however, his wage demands have been too high and it never looked likely that PSG would sell him off earlier on.

If the deal is not sealed, then it will be a sheer shock as City now have the financial capabilities to complete the transfer, which would be a huge surprise in the football world.

Neymar was bought by PSG for almost 200 million pounds and his selling price will now be around 50 million pounds, certainly the club doesn’t mind the losses.

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