Neymar wants Nou Camp return, according to Barcelona’s vice-president

Just a matter of time

Just a matter of time

Neymar played for Barcelona from 2013 to 2017 and moved to PSG for 222 million euros.

Manchester United have rejected Paris Saint-Germain's proposal of a swap deal involving Neymar and Paul Pogba, according to a report in England.

The manner of Neymar's departure from Barcelona could hinder any possible decision to re-sign the forward, insists the club's vice president.

Cardoner said, "Neymar wants to return and has said so, but the issue has not been placed on the table".

The Brazilian player signed for Barcelona after the Catalan giants reached an agreement with Liverpool for his transfer.

Cardoner adder: "I understand that any player has the goal of coming to Barcelona, where the best players in history have been".

"It does not surprise me that Neymar wants to come back, it has already happened before with others and sometimes they have returned - Cesc [Fabregas], [Gerard] Pique".

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"We have not been in contact with him and there have been a lot of suggestions to the contrary".

"There aren't many places like Barca and Barcelona".

Having seemingly overtaken Real Madrid in the race to sign Pogba, Juve have also reportedly snatched another sought-after star from under the noses of Los Blancos' bitter rivals, Barcelona.

He added: "There are many things about his departure that I did not like, many things".

It is said he even recommended Barcelona midfielder Arthur Melo move to the area when hr touched down 12 months ago.

Now, however, they have managed to sell André Gomes to Everton for 25 million Euros and Jasper Cillessen to Valencia for 35 million Euros, meaning their total income is 87.5 million Euros and they have avoided any punishment from UEFA. ESPN FC revealed in April that the club hope to bring in up to €300m in sales this summer, with Philippe Coutinho, Ivan Rakitic and Samuel Umtiti among the players who could leave.

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