Neymar 'turned down Manchester City Manchester United, Real Madrid and PSG' to stay at Barcelona last summer
- Spanish newspaper Mundo Deportivo claim that both Manchester clubs, Real Madrid and Paris Saint-Germain wanted to sign Neymar last summer
- The report says that all of the clubs wanted to pay his £170m release clause
- PSG president Nasser Al-Khelaifi wants to build a hotel in Neymar's name
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Spanish newspaper Mundo Deportivo claim that Real Madrid, Paris Saint-Germain, Manchester United and Manchester City made offers to sign Neymar last summer -with all of the clubs happy to meet his €190m (£170m) release clause.
They understand that Spanish giants Real Madrid wanted to pay the Brazilian a bonus of €72m, with €32m going straight into his pocket and the rest spread over the course of his contract.
Manchester United and PSG both offered the same bonus of €80m, with €40m as an up-front payment and the remaining €40m coming at a later date. Manchester City told Neymar that money was no object, but he did not entertain their approach.
Both Manchester clubs, Real Madrid and PSG were all willing to meet Neymar's £170m clause
PSG president Nasser Al-Khelaifi offered Neymar 30% of the shares to a hotel built in his name
NEYMAR: CAREER STATS
Clubs: Santos, Barcelona
The report also claims each of the four clubs offered their own unique terms - in addition to the financial bonuses - to try and entice the Brazilian into joining them.
Real Madrid and Manchester City were willing to give the player's father whatever he wanted, whereas Manchester United wanted to throw in an expensive house and better 'whatever other offers he had on the table'.
PSG offered the most bizarre terms of all, with club president Nasser Al-Khelaifi promising Neymar '30% of the shares to a Brazilian hotel built in his name'.
It's no surprise that Real Madrid have returned for the Brazilian, after offering more than €70m for his signature back in 2013 when he was still at Brasilerão side Santos.
However, they lost out to La Liga rivals Barcelona who were fined €5.5m after it was discovered that they had concealed important parts of the deal.
The Brazilian represented his country on Thursday, suffering a cut above his right eye
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