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Ex-Liverpool man Coutinho implores Barca to sign Neymar

16 March 2018

Coutinho - who moved to Barcelona in January from Liverpool for a fee of £142m - spoke with reporters at the presentation of the Mediterranean International Cup regarding a potential move for Neymar.

Neymar made a decision to come out of Lionel Messi's shadow at Barcelona and forge a path towards becoming the best footballer on the planet in the French capital.

Neymar, who suffered a cracked metatarsal in PSG's 3-0 victory over Marseille last month, has scored 28 goals across all competitions this season.

The Brazilian has shown on a consistent basis how easy he finds Ligue 1, but there have been multiple reports suggesting he is unsettled at the club.

The La Liga leaders welcome the Premier League champions to Camp Nou on Wednesday.

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Real Madrid are assessing other attacking options in case their huge summer move for Neymar falls through.

AS' Manu Sainz reported Nike could capitalise on Real's failure to agree a new sponsorship deal with Adidas and in doing so play a "highly instrumental" role in engineering a switch from Paris to Madrid for Neymar. "It would be awesome to have him back".

Barcelona manager Ernesto Valverde, however, was quick to douse the speculation and refused to talk about "hypothetical" situations.

"But he's getting better and he's a very important player for us both now and for the future".

Neymar initially moved to Paris in order to challenge Lionel Messi for the Ballon d'Or, but he has conceded that the quality is too low in France.

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"More than 10 years later a player costs 220 million euros ($270 million)".

"They [PSG] paid €222 million, that's what it is", Zidane added.

Having left Paris shortly after sustaining the injury, Neymar Jr took himself back to Brazil with immediate effect.

Spanish publication AS report that the concern is now so great at PSG that Al-Khelaifi has flown to Brazil to speak with Neymar, who is currently in his homeland has he recovers from surgery.

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Ex-Liverpool man Coutinho implores Barca to sign Neymar