- Neymar Jr might end up shunning Barcelona to remain at PSG
- The French League giants are planning to hand the world's most expensive player a bumper deal
- Neymar's current deal with the Paris based club expires in the summer of 2022
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Paris Saint Germain are reportedly planning to hand Neymar a new bumper deal to keep him at the Parc Des Princes until 2025.
The 28-year-old's current deal with the Parisians expires in the summer of 2022. He joined them in a world record fee of about £200 million in 2017.
Although he has been constantly linked with a return back to the Camp Nou and the La Liga side will make another attempt at the end of this season.
Reports claim Barca will include players in the deal to bring back the winger if that is what they have to do.
Names like Antoine Griezmann, Ousmane Dembele, and a few others have emerged to be used as part of the deal to re-sign Neymar.
However, PSG are ready to up their game to retain the winger as they plan to hand him a £640k-a-week deal.
SunSport claims the financial crisis caused by coronavirus pandemic has reduced Neymar market value compared to his price when he moved to Paris in 2017.
The Ligue 1 champions are offering him a new package until 2025 to ensure he doesn't leave on the cheap.
Neymar, according to the sun is currently on a £600,000-a-week wage and his new wage will see him earn around a £40,000 pay rise.
His manager Thomas Tuchel wants to keep Neymar as part of his arsenal to win the Champions League title.
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Meanwhile, one of Neymar's close associates claims the Brazilian appears cool about his future in the French capital.
A representative of Neymar said: “We have never spoken about [a return to Barcelona].
"For the moment, our only concern is with the coronavirus. “We think the summer will be calm. Honestly, we are not talking about [a move] at this moment. “Neither an extension with PSG, nor moving elsewhere.”
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