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PSG will target Barcelona's Neymar in 2016, according to reports in France

In France there is speculation surrounding the future of Neymar. According to Le 10 Sport, French champions PSG are preparing a deal to take Neymar from Barcelona. This would occur in summer 2016, when PSG are free of Financial Fair Play and are able to make some big signings.

The speculation comes as a result of the belief that Neymar has had a disagreement with manager Luis Enrique, and therefore the Spaniard's recent contract extension could indicate that the Blaugrana are willing to negotiate with PSG.

Denis Suarez's Barcelona block could be a blessing in disguise

Though he signed for Barca two years ago now, Denis Suarez's relationship with his parent club has been a convoluted one. He joined from Manchester City on the understanding that after one season he would move up from Barca B to Barca proper, yet when contractually obliged to promote the midfielder to their first team last summer, the Catalans instead decided to use him as a makeweight in the negotiations that brought Ivan Rakitic to the Camp Nou, concocting what they believed to be a mutually beneficial two-year loan agreement.


'Unstoppable alien' Lionel Messi would humiliate me – Carles Puyol

Carles Puyol has revealed the humiliation he would suffer at the hands of an ‘unstoppable’ Lionel Messi during training sessions in their time at Barcelona. The former Barca captain retired from the game in 2014 after he and Messi shared six league titles and three Champions League crowns with the Catalan club.

"In a mini one-on-one match, I told myself: 'I'm going to see if I can stop him’. It was humiliating,” Puyol explained. Pep Guardiola told me: 'Carles, don't injure him’ I told Pep: ‘If you don't want anything to happen, stop the session.’ I tried everything but he always got past me at his own pace.”

Martin Montoya's agent confirms Barcelona right-back is off to Inter on two-year loan

Juan Carrasco explained that all that remains is for Barcelona to agree to the final details: "We can say that we are waiting for Barça to give the all clear for Montoya to Inter to become 100 percent. We already have an agreement. It's a matter of days. The initial deal will be a two-year loan, but I can not talk about numbers."


Xavi: "This year nobody believed in us Barcelona or Luis Enrique"

Xavi explained before joining the Qatari league: "I don't know if this year's treble is better than the first one, but it was harder to reach. For sure. Nobody believed in us or the coach. If in January we had been talking about the treble, we would have been called crazy. The way of playing football was different, but Messi, Neymar and Suarez make it work."

"Signings? I would sign Koke, he is a player who can be perfectly at the club because he has talent and organizes the game very well. In fact, I think that it will be very difficult to do it because he is deeply rooted at At. Madrid."

It's your turn

What do you think? Should Barcelona offer Neymar a new contract to avoid his departure? Do you agree with Xavi when he says Koke is his natural replacement at the Camp Nou? I'd love to hear your views. Share your thoughts with our fellow Blaugranas in the comment box below.

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