Paris Saint-Germain will reportedly refuse to sell Neymar this summer unless a bid of at least £200m is received.
However, according to Goal.com, which cites 'sources close to the talks', PSG are only prepared to part with the 27-year-old this summer if an offer of at least £200m arrives.
The attacker did not join up with his teammates for pre-season training last week, which led to the French champions criticising him via a club statement.
However, Neymar's father has since insisted that the Ligue 1 champions were made aware that the forward would be staying in Brazil for commercial reasons.
Barcelona continue to be strongly linked with a move for the player that they sold to PSG in 2017, although the recent arrival of Antoine Griezmann could make it difficult for the Spanish champions to re-sign him this summer.