Manchester United "to beat Real Madrid for the sensational transfer of Neymar in the summer"

Manchester United have been connected with a summer transfer to Paris Saint-Germain, striker Neymar, according to a report in Spain.

In the last relationship that binds United with one of the best players in the world, Diario Gol claims that Neymar can leave the PSG this summer, just two years after his trip to record 200 million dollars in France from Barcelona .

And the report states that United will join the race to sign the Brazilian along with Real Madrid, which reportedly would like the attacker to start a new era of "Galacticos" at the Bernabeu.

However, PSG would certainly want to profit from Neymar's record transfer share from 2017, so if this report is more than just a simple exchange (which is probably not), the state should pay a huge quantity to protect its services that would greatly eclipse any transfer made by an English party.

Meanwhile, in other gossip on the transfer, United's summer expenses will continue with a potential move for Barcelona's Ivan Rakitic.

The rivals of United and Premier League, Chelsea, have "made requests" to the midfielder, according to Sport.

After Barca brought Frenkie de Jong to January – with the player moving in the summer – the report says they are not trying to extend the agreement of Rakitic, and could cash the Croatian before his contract expires in 2021 .

It is here that United enters, with Sport saying that they and Chelsea have asked for his availability, and they have been told that it could cost about 57 million pounds.

Finally, United have been linked with another Barcelona player in January in former Liverpool striker Philippe Coutinho.

While there was never anything to suggest that the reports had any merit, the fans were excited at the mention of the Brazilian director.

Now, Le10 Sport says that Coutinho could be signed by PSG, potentially if the relationships that connect Neymar with an exit are true.

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