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Paris Saint-Germain 'refusing to rule out Neymar stay'

PSG 'refusing to rule out Neymar stay'
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Paris Saint-Germain are reportedly still hopeful of keeping Neymar at the club this summer despite relentless speculation linking him with Barcelona and Real Madrid.

Paris Saint-Germain have not ruled out the possibility of keeping Neymar at the club beyond the end of the European transfer deadline, according to a report.

The Brazilian's future has been one of the major talking points of the summer as he pushes for a move back to Spain, where Barcelona and Real Madrid are understood to be interested in his services.

A deal has proven to be very complicated due to PSG's £200m asking price, but Barcelona are thought to be leading the race having sat down for official talks with the French champions.

Barca have tried to offer players as part of the deal to drive the price down, although Philippe Coutinho's impending loan switch to Bayern Munich could further harm their chances as he was one of the few players PSG were willing to consider as a makeweight.

Marca reports that the Ligue 1 giants are still hopeful of keeping Neymar at the club, despite an apparent breakdown in the relationship between the 27-year-old and members of the PSG hierarchy.

Neymar has been left out of the squad again for Sunday's Ligue 1 clash with Rennes, although manager Thomas Tuchel revealed that his ongoing injury concerns are the reason behind his omission.

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