Real Madrid deny they have transfer interest in Neymar

Rex Christensen
July 14, 2018

It comes after Real denied earlier this month they had agreed a deal to sign PSG and France forward Kylian Mbappe.

Real Madrid are being strongly linked with an approach for the attacker - especially after the exit of Cristiano Ronaldo - but according to AS, PSG will do everything that they can to avoid a sale.

Real Madrid have today issued a statement addressing the rumours linking Neymar with a move to the club, in which they state that they have no intention of signing the player.

Neymar has become the World Cup's pantomime villain, but one person who has come to his defence is Brazil legend Ronaldo.

Another online forum counters Marca, reporting that PSG are hoping that offering the Brazilian a salary in the region of Messi's will be enough to dispel any thoughts he is harbouring to move to Madrid.

"With no release clause in his contract, Real Madrid's plan is to convince Neymar to ask PSG to sell him".

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"Real Madrid is surprised that Spanish public television has been able to broadcast absolutely false information without anyone from this medium has contacted any of the parties to contrast the alleged information that could easily have been denied".

"My feeling now is that Madrid do not have a clear idea of what they must do now", said Mijatovic.

According to "Globesporte", Calafat, head of the worldwide football department at Real, has established the first contact in order convince the player to join Los Blancos next season.

Despite going out in the last eight, Neymar still leads the World Cup in both chances created and fouls received.

Meanwhile, new Real boss Julen Lopetegui is said to be keen on taking Valencia attacker Rodrigo Moreno back to the Bernabeu.

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