Manchester City target Neymar
Since making a shock move from Barcelona to Paris Saint-Germain and becoming the world's most expensive player in the process, Neymar has showcased his outstanding talent in the French capital. However, it has not all been smooth sailing, with rumours that the Brazilian is looking to move once again.
Despite being part of a free-scoring, star-studded PSG side, who are cruising to the Ligue 1 title, Neymar is rumoured to be unhappy in France, which has alerted some of Europe's biggest clubs.
Real Madrid, bitter rivals of Neymar's former employers, have been linked with a possible deal, but today The Sun suggests that Manchester City are hoping to improve their team even further by adding the Brazilian star.
The opportunity to join a club with the calibre of Real Madrid has often proven too much for a player to turn down, however, City bosses are hoping that the chance to work for Pep Guardiola, along with the new challenge of competing in the Premier League, will be enough to attract Neymar to Manchester.
By the time Neymar had arrived at Camp Nou, Pep Guardiola had already departed and it is believed that the 26-year-old is very keen to test himself under the management of a coach that has achieved so much success.
After falling short again this season in the Champions League, Paris Saint-Germain will be desperate to keep hold of Neymar for at least another season as they hope to see their huge investment reflected by continental success in the near future.