Ousmane Dembele could be open to a move to Paris Saint-Germain in the deal that would see Neymar secure a sensational return to Barcelona, according to the French forward’s agent.
Neymar left Barcelona for PSG back in 2017, in a world-record £189million switch, but is keen on a return to Spain before the European summer transfer window slams shut on September 2.
Barcelona and Real Madrid are both leading the race to sign the forward, who has made clear his desire to quit the French capital this summer.
According to Marca a delegation from Barcelona travelled to Paris on Tuesday to discuss a deal, including director Javier Bordas and other key figures such as Eric Abidal and Oscar Grau.
PSG are not willing to let Neymar go without receiving at least one player in return, with Dembele top of their wishlist.
And Dembele’s agent Moussa Sissoko has reportedly said that the rumours “doesn’t concern us”, according to French outlet Spanish daily Mundo Deportivo.
The French forward has had a mixed experience at the Nou Camp, showing flashes of brilliance but largely failing to live up to expectations following his £135million move from Dortmund in 2017.
PSG sporting director Leonardo is known to be a big fan of the player and wants him involved in any deal.