Neymar told to leave Barcelona

That would all suggest that he'll stick to where he is, but much depends on the influence of his advisors and how much winning the biggest prize as an individual means to him.

The Parisians have been utterly adamant that their Italian midfield maestro - new Barca boss Ernesto Valverde's No.1 target - will not be allowed to leave the club, but that stance might change if Neymar moves in the opposite direction.

Neymar has constantly been linked with a move away from Camp Nou, despite being one of the highest paid players in the world pocketing a salary close to €15 million per season, while his Barcelona contract runs until the summer of 2021.

With Barcelona already stacked with stars, Naymar wants to step out on his own.

Neymar's future has come into question in recent months, with Paris Saint-Germain and Manchester United interested in the Brazilian.

We've not had any offers for any players in our squad'.

Neymar was recently quoted as saying: "Who knows about tomorrow".

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Neymar has won all the titles that he wanted to, except one, the Ballon d'Or, although he came third in 2015.

With growing interest surrounding Neymar-widely considered the best player not named Messi or Ronaldo-could this be his time to make a move? "But anything can happen, who knows".

The new deal he signed last year, sees his current release clause standing at €200million.

"He always wants to win, he is smart, he motivates you to always believe in him, he gives more than he asks".

Neymar is reportedly 'uncomfortable' at Barcelona and has been told by associates that he should leave and seek the limelight elsewhere. As it stands, the La Liga giants are completely unaware of any unhappiness on the part of the Brazilian.

Barcelona play Juventus, Manchester United and Real Madrid in a lightening tour of the United States next week.