Philippe Coutinho has insisted that he will be more than happy to have Neymar back at the club.
Reports have suggested that Neymar is now unhappy at Paris Saint-Germain and would like a return to Spain, although is has been claimed that the Ligue 1 have been 'banned' from selling the Brazilian attacker. "I would always put Neymar in my team".
'It would be great if he came back and of course we would open the door to that, ' he added.
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Marco Ruiz of Spanish daily AS on Monday wrote that a meeting between Real, Neymar Sr. and the player's lawyers recently took place in Paris, where it's said to have been agreed €400 million (£354 million) would be enough to sign the Brazil worldwide.
Neymar spent four years at Barcelona before leaving for Paris last summer, but his time in the French capital has been fraught with speculation about his future.
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In the same period, the company's net losses shrank to $112 million from $210 million. Including restricted stock units, that range is $6.7 billion to $7.6 billion.
AS revealed last week that Neymar's father and two lawyers met with Real Madrid representatives, where it was relayed the Spanish giants would bid €400m for the Brazil captain.
PSG have said that the injury will be assessed again in six weeks but it's unlikely he will play for the Ligue 1 side again this season, with his focus now on being fully fit for the World Cup in Russian Federation this summer.
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He said that after several meetings and deliberations, Drabu and his friend joined JKLF and worked with us for many months. Sources said the party workers had complained that the former finance minister was ignoring even his own constituency.