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Few months after signing a world record deal at Paris club, PSG, Neymar’s father has reportedly met with Real Madrid president, Florentino Perez about replacing Cristiano Ronaldo.
 
According to Daily Sun UK, the Paris Saint-Germain star player’s dad is rumoured to already be working on a deal back to La Liga few months after he left for Ligue 1 in a £198million deal from Barcelona, as sources in Paris have revealed that Perez and Neymar Sr have spoken about a possible transfer involving the Brazilian.
 
It was gathered that a deal would only take place when Ronaldo’s contract expires in 2021, but it is believed that Neymar who Los Blancos failed to nab from Santos when he moved to Barca in 2013, has no intention of leaving Parc des Princes anytime soon.
 
Neymar and his father who has reportedly met with Real Madrid president over a future transfer
 
Despite rumours he is unhappy at PSG, the 2016 Olympic gold medallist is thought to be loving life in France and dreams of lifting the Champions League with his new side.
 
PSG fear he could be tempted back to Spain if he fails to win major honours with the Coupe de France champions, and are determined to make him feel comfortable in his new surroundings.
 
The two-time La Liga winner who has been spearheaded his side to the top of the Ligue 1 table as they sit four points clear of Monaco, feels settled in the dressing room, and has a close bond with compatriots Dani Alves, Marquinhos, Thiago Silva and Lucas Moura.

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Neymar Jnr   Few months after signing a world record deal at Paris club, PSG, Neymar's father has reportedly met with Real Madrid president, Florentino Perez about replacing Cristiano Ronaldo.   According to Daily Sun UK, the Paris Saint-Germain star player's dad is rumoured to already be working on a deal back to...