Neymar is increasingly regretting moving to Paris Saint-Germain and is prepared to take a pay cut to seal a move back to Spain with Real Madrid, according to reports in France.
Paris Saint-Germain forward, Neymar Jnr., has made up his mind to leave for Real Madrid this summer.
The Brazilian became the most expensive player in the world when PSG paid out his £198m buy-out clause to prise him away from Barcelona, though he has had a tumultuous stay in the French capital so far.
French publication, L’Equipe, claims that Neymar is willing to take a pay cut to join the European champions.
The Brazilian has been constantly linked with a return to Spain and when asked last week about the 25-year-old, Real manager Zinedine Zidane expressed his admiration for the player.
“I don’t talk about players that aren’t mine, but having said that, and this is very important, he’s a player that everyone on planet football loves because he is a great player,” Zidane said.
PSG, who face Real in the last 16 of the Champions League, paid a world record 222 million euros ($271.28 million) to Barcelona for Neymar last summer.
The La Liga giants tried to sign Neymar when he was at Santos but were pipped to his signature by Barca.