Neymar is in talks to increase his contract at Paris-Saint Germain.
The 28-year-old is known to be completely satisfied at PSG in the meanwhile and the membership need to tie down their star participant to a long-term contract.
His present deal on the Parc des Princes, which he signed on his arrival from Barcelona in a record-breaking £200m transfer in 2017, is because of expire in June 2022.
The Brazil worldwide has been linked with a return to Barcelona in current home windows and handed in a switch request in June 2019 however he may now be set to increase his keep in France.
In December, PSG president Nasser Al-Khelaifi mentioned the membership are “very assured” of agreeing contract extensions with Neymar and Kylian Mbappe.
The Ligue 1 champions have prioritised extensions for his or her two star gamers over any switch dealings within the January window and Al-Khelaifi mentioned the pair “each wish to stick with us”.
Neymar additionally made it clear he’s eager to stay within the French capital after scoring a hat-trick in PSG’s closing Champions League group stage recreation towards Istanbul Basaksehir in December.
“I’m very completely satisfied right here in Paris,” he mentioned. “I’m very completely satisfied on the membership, with my team-mates. The concept of leaving has not crossed my thoughts.
“We have to speak. We’ve got an excellent relationship, I’m very completely satisfied and we’ll see what occurs sooner or later.”
Neymar returned from an ankle harm on Wednesday evening and scored a late penalty as Mauricio Pochettino’s aspect claimed the Trophee des Champions with a 2-1 win towards Marseille.
He made 13 appearances in all competitions this season, scoring 10 targets as PSG are second in Ligue 1, one level off leaders Lyon.
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