Neymar’s €160m Paris Saint-Germain release clause revealed

The Brazilian superstar Neymar clause has been revealed set by Barcelona, at €222 million – the highest transfer fee ever paid in football history.

Neymar has a release clause in his contract that would allow him to leave Paris Saint-Germain for €160 million (£143m/$182m) in 2020.

Paris Saint-Germain release clause is a bit surprising as it is pegged at €160m, though it cannot be activated till 2020.

There have been reports that Neymar wants to return to Nou Camp, with a source in Barcelona stating that “Their calls are constant,” alluding to Neymar’s representatives’ desire to see their client back in Barcelona.

Neymar will be 28 in 2020 and has regularly been linked with a return to Camp Nou.

The Brazilian superstar arrived Paris Saint-Germain in August 2017 (a move that stunned the world) when the Ligue 1 giants paid his his release clause at Barcelona, however his stay in France could be fleeting with whatever remains of Europe’s elite interested in bringing him on board.

In the 2017-18 season, the Brazilian scored 19 goals and also added 13 assists in Ligue 1, while scoring 6 and assisting 3 in the Champions League.

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