Rumour Has It: Chelsea meet with PSG on €60m Neymar transfer
Chelsea's long-held interest in Neymar is starting to develop with owner Todd Boehly discussing conditions for an off-season transfer.FotMob - 3 months ago
Neymar is contracted with Paris Saint-Germain until 2025 but the French champions have reportedly transfer listed him.
The Brazilian forward is on a hefty wage, believed to be around €36 million per year.
Neymar has netted 12 goals in 19 Ligue 1 games this season, adding another five goals in nine appearances in other competitions.
TOP STORY – MEETING HELD AS CHELSEA'S NEYMAR INTEREST DEVELOPS
Le Parisien reports Chelsea owner Todd Boehly has met with PSG president Nasser Al-Khelaifi about a transfer for Neymar.
The report claims the meeting was held in Paris, discussing the conditions around a potential transfer in the next transfer window.
It is claimed that a fee of around €60 million (£53m) has been discussed, although Neymar's significant wages may be a stumbling block to overcome.
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