PSG superstar keen on PL move amidst Manchester United interest

PSG forward Neymar ‘keen’ on Premier League move amidst Manchester United links

Paris Saint-Germain (PSG) superstar Neymar is ‘keen’ on a move to the Premier League amidst links to Manchester United, according to The Sun.

The Parisians are willing to part ways with the Brazil international in the upcoming transfer window. They are looking to rebuild their squad without the 31-year-old as well as Lionel Messi, whose current contract expires at the end of the season.

But the Ligue 1 giants will not get rid of PSG unless a serious proposal is received for him, with more than two years still left on the forward’s existing deal. The French champions are open to listening to concrete offers for the former Barcelona winger in the coming months.

PSG forward Neymar 'keen' on Premier League move amidst Manchester United links.
PSG are open to selling Manchester United target Neymar. (Photo by FRANCK FIFE/AFP via Getty Images)

Neymar joined PSG in the summer of 2017 from the Blaugrana. Subsequently, the Brazilian has shown glimpses of his talent at the Parc des Princes side over the years.

However, injuries have hampered the forward’s time in the French capital season after season. The 31-year-old is on the sidelines at the moment as well.

Even with the attacking trio of Kylian Mbappe, Messi and Neymar, the Ligue 1 outfit have been unable to get their hands on the Champions League trophy. They have been knocked out of the competition in the round of 16 for two years running.

United have relied on Marcus Rashford since Erik ten Hag’s arrival to find the back of the net consistently. The 25-year-old has shouldered the burden of the Red Devils’ attack in the current campaign.

Apart from the England international, none of our other forwards has been able to contribute a considerable amount in the final third. We evidently cannot count on just one player. Others need to step up.

More Manchester United News

Neymar looks like a player with the talent and ability to thrive in any country, including the English top flight. But will the Red Devils pull off a coup and acquire his services next summer? Only time will tell.