Real Madrid 'meet with Neymar's dad in Paris and are told to bid £355million — as PSG chiefs fly to Brazil for talks with star'

And, with rumours of the world's most expensive player leaving refusing to go away, Paris Saint-Germain president Nasser Al-Khelaifi is flying out to Brazil for talks with his star man.

Neymar, 26, is currently in his homeland as he recovers from an operation on a broken metatarsal and missed the recent Champions League clash with Real Madrid.

But AS report that his father still met with Los Blancos chiefs, where they were told a bid of around £355million would likely be accepted.

PSG broke the world transfer record to sign the Brazilian from Barcelona for £198m just last summer — but rumours of a return to Spain won't go away.

A recent report even suggested he offered himself to his former club.

Meanwhile, Telefoot claim that Al-Khelaifi and sporting director Antero Henrique are travelling to Brazil for talks.

The club are under immense pressure to keep hold of their prize asset, with the situation now deemed a "state matter" by the Emir of Qatar.

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Neymar has impressed since making the move, with 19 goals in 20 Ligue 1 matches and 28 in 30 appearances in all competitions.

But his willingness to undergo an operation which ruled him out of the Champions League last-16 return with Real Madrid raise alarm bells over his long-term commitment.

Players who crossed El Clasico divide

Bernd Schuster

Barcelona: 1980-88

Real Madrid: 1988-90


Alfonso Perez

Real Madrid: 1986-95

Barcelona: 2000-02


Julen Lopetegui

Real Madrid: 1988-91

Barcelona: 1994-97


Michael Laudrup

Barcelona: 1989-94

Real Madrid: 1994-96


Gheorghe Hagi

Real Madrid: 1990-92

Barcelona: 1994-96


Robert Prosinecki

Real Madrid: 1991-94

Barcelona: 1996-97


Luis Enrique

Real Madrid: 1991-96

Barcelona: 1996-04


Luis Figo

Barcelona: 1995-2000

Real Madrid: 2000-05



Barcelona: 1996-97

Real Madrid: 2002-07


Samuel Eto'o

Real Madrid: 1997-2000

Barcelona: 2004-09


Javier Saviola

Barcelona: 2001-07

Real Madrid: 2007-09

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