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Neymar eyeing a Barcelona return?

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XtraTime Web Desk: Brazilian star forward Neymar Jr. is eyeing a return to Barcelona from Paris Saint-Germain (PSG) as he regrets his move to PSG, according to reports in the Spanish media today.

PSG is out of Champions League after losing to Real Madrid and seven months after joining the club for a record breaking   222 million euros ($264 million), the lanky forwards future in France is uncertain.

Spain’s sports news paper Mundo Deportivo has claimed that, Neymar who is recovering from surgery on a broken foot in Brazil, has contacted with Braca management and asked what is the procedure of making a return to Spain again.

Barca, however, is not the only club Neymar is reportedly targeting as a potential way out of PSG.

Madrid-based newspaper AS reports Neymar´s father has met with Real Madrid, who are ready to pay 400million euros to sign the striker.

Asked about the speculation on Friday, Real coach Zinedine Zidane said: "Neymar could play in all the clubs because he is very good, like many players.

"I´m not going to talk about a player that is not mine. On the 400 million, they paid 220 million and when they bought me they paid 72.

"It seemed crazy to me and 10 years later they are paying 220 million. It can be that in the next 10 years someone will pay 400m, or sooner, I do not know."

Mundo Deportivo concedes Neymar´s courting of Barcelona may even be a tactic to justify a move to Real, given the Catalan club are likely to reject any chance to re-sign the 26-year-old.

Barcelona are still embroiled in a financial dispute over a bonus due to Neymar last summer, which the club cancelled when they believe it became clear he was moving to PSG.

Neymar missed PSG's last 16 loss to Real on Tuesday after undergoing surgery on a broken foot in Brazil last week.

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