Manchester United has had a tumultuous season, and are looking to make a massive overhaul this coming summer transfer window.
And it looks like they have gone fishing in French Ligue 1.
Indeed, Brazillian superstar Neymar is right around two years into the record-breaking five-year transfer he signed when he left Barcelona for PSG for a whopping £199million in the summer of 2017.
Regardless of this, a hypothesis has been overflowing that Neymar is discontent with life in Ligue 1 and that a summer exit could be on the cards, with arrival to Manchester the most broadly touted alternative.
Neymar has remarked on theory over his future, proposing that he would not turn down a move to Real Madrid, while Diario Gol expressed a month ago that Manchester United are ‘not kidding’ about bringing the highly talented player to Old Trafford in a €230m move.
Manchester City are likewise connected with a £200m swoop a month ago, and the most recent updates from the Spanish press will give them restored idealism.
As per questionable transfer outlet Don Balon, United could without much of a stretch bear the cost of the €300million fee required to bring Neymar to Old Trafford because of their support from Chevrolet.
Be that as it may, Neymar as far as it matters for him, has no expectation of playing Europa League football one year from now, and is ‘enticed’ by playing under Pep Guardiola at City.
City are clearly eager to offer an expense of €150million, and are glad to incorporate one of Riyad Mahrez, Gabriel Jesus or Benjamin Mendy as part of the deal.
The ex Santos star has spent an extensive period with PSG injured, yet he has scored 21 goals and 12 assists 26 games this season.