How Man Utd, Chelsea and Arsenal can help Neymar to Barcelona transfer in summer

Manchester United, Chelsea and Arsenal could all play a part in the return of Neymar at Barcelona.

The Brazil international is set to become the club’s top transfer target this transfer window after failing to land him last summer.

Neymar is desperate for the move and tried his utmost to force through a move.

It did not materialise, though, and the forward has had to work hard to get the Paris St-Germain fans back on side.

However, a transfer raid is set to be revisited in the coming window – whenever that may be after the coronavirus crisis decimated the footballing calendar.

Barcelona have not been shy over spending since Neymar’s departure in 2017.

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Ousmane Dembele, Philippe Coutinho and Antoine Griezmann all signed for nine-figure sums.

But not a single one has been a hit.

Dembele has been ravaged by injuries, Coutinho is away on loan to Bayern Munich and Griezmann has been a disappointment this year with just eight goals in La Liga.

And according to reports in Spain, it has led the club to putting the France international on the transfer market.

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It is said that they will even take a financial hit on the signing just to get him out of the exit door.

The likes of United, Chelsea and Arsenal have been contacted over his availability and are all pondering whether to splash the cash on the former Atletico Madrid man.

The Red Devils were extremely interested in the forward when he was at the Wanda Metropolitano but a deal never materialised.

If one of the Premier League big boys does take a punt, it will give Barca the necessary funds to go all out for Neymar.

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