Juventus are being linked with a loan move for Brazilian forward Neymar following reports he will leave PSG this summer. The 30-year old still has four years left on his existing deal with the Ligue 1 champions, but reports from France suggest they will look to move him on this summer, even if it’s only a temporary loan to begin with.
Spanish outlet Sport claim that Bianconeri coach Max Allegri has requested to improve the quality of the squad this summer and Neymar could be the answer.
The Brazilian earns an eye-watering €43 million per year which would be outside of Juve’s remit, however there’s a suggestion that PSG could pay a portion of the salary.
The report follows on from a claim by Italian journalist Luca Momblano who was the first to suggest that Neymar had been offered to Juve by PSG.