Chelsea reportedly in contact with club for transfers of international super stars

According to reports, Chelsea and PSG have “made contact” to talk about a prospective trade for Brazilian phenom Neymar.

Although the Blues have not yet made an official offer, Neymar and PSG are said to be ‘open’ to the notion of him heading to Stamford Bridge.

Neymar’s PSG contract is set to run out in the summer of 2025. As a result, any club that wants to sign him will probably have to pay a significant sum. The price PSG will demand in order to release Neymar is currently unknown.

If Neymar were to join Chelsea, their squad would already be overloaded with wingers and offensive midfielders. A transfer for the 31-year-old would undoubtedly make headlines and boost shirt sales, but it might not make much sense tactically or logistically.

Who else is considering Neymar besides Chelsea?

Both Manchester United and Arsenal have been connected with a transfer for Neymar over the past few months, however nothing official has emerged as of yet.

The Brazilian superstar might prefer a move to Manchester or North London over Chelsea because these two clubs are both expected to participate in the Champions League next season.

SUMMARY OF NEYMAR CARRIER:

At the age of seven, Neymar enrolled in his first youth academy, Portuguesa Santista, in 1999. He would join Santos four years later, when he started to catch the eye of influential people all around the world.

After more than 100 goals for Alvinegro Praiano, he controversially joined Barcelona in 2013. Nevertheless, he quickly made a name for himself at the Nou Camp by scoring 68 goals in 123 matches.

In 2017, he transferred to PSG for a transfer price that totaled slightly under £200 million. He became the most expensive transfer of all time as a result, still holding the record today.

He has scored a lot of goals on the international level as well. He has 124 caps for Brazil thus far, scoring 77 goals.

 

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