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Is Unsettled Neymar Heading to Old Trafford?

Is Unsettled Neymar Heading to Old Trafford?

Could the biggest transfer story of the summer be yet to unfold?

That very well may be the case.

Reports coming in from Europe, in particular the media vehicle, metro, suggest that the Brazilian superstar, currently on the books of Barcelona, Neymar, could be set to leave the Nou Camp.

Our referenced source is of the opinion that 25-year-old is being told to move on from Barcelona by his inner circle of friends.

It seems that Neymar has his eyes on winning the Ballon d`Or but to do so he may need to leave the Nou Camp to escape the shadow of Lionel Messi.

Neymar, so it is being reported, is in regular touch with Jose Mourinho as he weighs his future up.

However, if Neymar were to give an indication that the time is now ripe to move, Manchester United would have to trigger the huge buyout clause in his contract of £195 million.

Whilst I`d love to see it happen, I just don`t think it will happen.

But how about you?



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Writer:Red Boy
Date:Monday July 17 2017
Time: 3:07PM

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