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Report: PSG reject Real Madrid’s latest Neymar offer

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Real Madrid has seen PSG reject their latest offer for Neymar.

According to The Mirror, Real have made a mega cash plus players offer for Neymar, which PSG has flat out rejected.

As we told you yesterday at Ronaldo.com, Barcelona’s 40 million one year loan fee plus 150 million in cash next year, was rejected by PSG.

Well, another day, and another Neymar offer. This time from Real Madrid.

The offer was considerably more cash, and three players to go with.

Real Madrid apparently offered PSG 100 million Euros in cash plus James Rodriguez, Gareth Bale, and Keylor Navas.

The total value of the deal is quite amazing, given what Real have openly discussed what they think the three players they are offering are worth.

What Madrid see in this offer, is a cash plus players deal that meets the 250 million Euro valuation PSG placed on the Brazillian.

The only problem is PSG don’t want anyone they are being offered.

They see James Rodriguez as having failed at Madrid and failed at Bayern Munich, as being below the standard they are looking to achieve.

With Gareth Bale, he is a player who has the talent but is injury prone and at 30 has very little long term value.

The Keylor Navas, out of three is the most appealing, but not a priority.

They are selling a creative, attacking and free goalscoring genius, and not one of these players in PSG’s mind can lace Neymar’s boots, never mind replace him in their team.

There will no doubt be more talks, and more offers. There may even be the surprise package of another club entering the race, as Ronaldo.com told you earlier.

The other scenario which none of the parties involved want to consider is that nobody buys him, and Neymar stays in Paris.

This will be a whole new saga of mending relationships and then more transfer drama in January.

SHENZHEN, CHINA – AUGUST 02: Neymar Jr of Paris Saint-Germain looks during the training session ahead of the French Trophy of Champions football match between Rennes and Paris Saint-Germain at Shenzhen Universiadg Sports Center stadium on August 2, 2019 in Shenzhen, China. (Photo by Lintao Zhang/Getty Images)