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Neymar will join Real Madrid next summer - La Liga chief


There have been series of reports linking Neymar from a move away from Paris Saint-Germain and back to the La Liga, and it seems his likely destination is Real Madrid.

The Brazil captain quit Barcelona for PSG in a £199m mega transfer in the summer as he hoped to step out of Messi’s shadow and establish himself as top dog at another club.

Despite PSG dominating the French top flight, it has not all been plain sailing as the creative attacker had a high-profile spat with Edinson Cavani.

Spanish news outlet Don Balon believes that Neymar is willing to stay in Paris - but only if they fail to win the Champions League.

It’s suggested if they triumph in Europe’s elite competition he’ll pack his bags having achieved his top target in the city of lights.

Neymar has been heavily linked with Real Madrid - despite his previous stint playing for their bitter rivals.

La Liga president Javier Tebas weigh in on the transfer speculation and admitted he’d love to have one of football’s most high-profile stars back in the Spanish top flight.

He told Marca: “I would like for him (Neymar) to return to Spanish football.

“I don’t care about the team, but the best [players] have to be here and Neymar is [one of them]."

Neymar has bagged 27 goals in 26 games for PSG as they dominate Ligue 1.

The Qatari-backed heavyweights have an 11 point cushion at the top of the table.

Real could desperately do with Neymar’s spark this season.

Los Blancos are having a shocking season despite securing Champions League and domestic glory last term.

Real are currently a whopping 18 points behind pace setters Barcelona as speculation continues to mount about Zinedine Zidane’s future.

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