PSG has been forced to accept new offers from clubs for Neymar Jr after the forward announced that he wanted to leave the club in the summer.
Offers between £50m and £80m, depending on who the buyer is, will be considered by PSG for Neymar, the most expensive player in the world.
It has been hard on the club and its players after Messi left recently and Mbappe has had a stalemate about his future with the club.
Neymar only has three years left to run on his £25m-a-year contract. But it seems his management has been pushing him to leave, as that was what they told PSG.
Clubs in Saudi Arabia, Brazil, USA, and Europe are all expected to try and sign the player this summer. Messi left the club earlier this summer to join Inter Miami and, if Neymar and Mbappe follow him out of PSG, it would not be good for the club.
He has won France’s Ligue 1 title five times since joining PSG but has failed to win a single Champions League crown for his club.
PSG permitted Al Hilal to speak to Mbappe after the Saudi club tabled a world record £259m offer last month. But his agents refused to speak with them.
PSG have signed Portugal striker Goncalo Ramos from Benfica on a season-long loan with an option to buy, the Ligue 1 club announced on Monday.
Ramos made his debut for Benfica in 2020 after joining the club’s academy aged 12 and scored 41 goals with 16 assists in 106 appearances for the Portuguese champions.