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Manchester United likely to get Neymar Transfer boost if Qatari takeover goes through

The “Red Devils” are eyeing an important and sensational signing if the takeover of the Qatari bidders are successful in the next season. The ambitious billionaire bidder of Manchester United from the middle east, Sheikh Jassim bin Hamad al Thani, is looking for a marquee signing in the next season if they are successful in taking over the club next season. Neymar, the Brazilian and PSG superstar is on the line for a sensational move to the English giants in the next season.

Anyways, suiters are still looking to match the Glazers’ 6 billion pounds price tag for taking over the club, with some lucrative names like Sir Jim Ratcliffe and Sheikh Jassim in hot pursuit. If the latter succeeds, he will make his first move in the club by signing Neymar.

Will the star leave PSG?

Neymar is one of the biggest and brightest talents in football. Starting from his teenage days, curling in the streets of Santos, to swooning Culers in Camp Nou and now impressing the French people with his immaculate skills and footwork, he has shown it all. Maybe, now, it could be time for him to try a new adventure. He is Brazil’s highest scorer, tied with the legend Pele, on 77 goals, and is currently an integral part of the legendary trio in PSG, comprising Messi and Mbappe.

In this season, he had outclassed opponents with his classy style of play and had got on the scoresheet 18 times in 29 outings, before a mammoth injury ruling him out for the entire season.

PSG would like to talk with their most expensive player in the history owing to his successful transfer from Barcelona to the Ligue 1 giants, in order to proceed with his future.

Now, it is up to United owners as they would like to check whether they want to sign Neymar and other make further reinforcements in the squad in the form of Harry Kane, who still remains the top priority of Erik ten Hag, in the next season.

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