Neymar sensationally quit Barcelona for PSG back in the summer after the Ligue 1 giants activated his £200million buyout clause.
However, reports are already suggesting that the 25-year-old is regretting his decision to swap the Nou Camp for the Parc des Princes.
Neymar supposedly is unhappy with life under Unai Emery, prompting talk he could ALREADY be about to end his time in France.
And Spanish website Don Balon claim he has been secretly negotiating a move to Real Madrid ever since he left Barcelona.
It is said he feels Emery’s methods are not helping get the best out of him.
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Indeed, Neymar is not even PSG’s top scorer so far this season, with Edinson Cavani finding the net five more times.
He supposedly is aware that Barcelona would not attempt to re-sign him, particularly given how much bad blood there is between the two parties.
And Neymar has no intention of returning to Catalonia – because he wants to play for Real Madrid instead.
Real president Florentino Perez has reportedly been negotiating with the player’s father, knowing he will soon need a replacement for Cristiano Ronaldo.
Ronaldo is a far cry from his usual self this season and still seems unhappy after a summer where he was accused of tax evasion and came close to leaving.
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Don Balon add Neymar has already reached a verbal agreement with the La Liga giants.
But he supposedly wants to see how PSG fare, particularly in the Champions League, and whether he can fulfil his dream of winning the Ballon d’Or in France.
But, should he not, he will attempt to force a move to the Bernabeu.
Perez is said to be willing to wait as long as is necessary to make the PSG star his latest Galactico signing.