European football's transfer window ends with star loans rather than huge deals; Neymar to stay at PSG
The closure of the transfer window interrupted the saga surrounding of Neymar, the world's most expensive player, who will stay at Paris Saint-Germain having failed to get the move back to Barcelona he craved for.
Neymar wants Barcelona return, says club's vice-president Jordi Cardoner; denies contact with the Brazilian
Barcelona vice-president Jordi Cardoner has acknowledged that Neymar has expressed desire to return to La Liga. But denied the Catalan club are working on a transfer proposal.
As per Barcelona based newspaper Sport, Neymar is ready to take a 12 million euros paycut and drop his lawsuit against Barcelona to rejoin the Catalans from PSG.
Neymar's assets have been frozen in Brazil for back taxes amounting to $18 million pertaining to the 2013 transfer from Santos to Barcelona.
Neymar, who has remained tight-lipped about the transfer rumours, posted a message for Chinese fans on Weibo, China's equivalent of Twitter, after arriving for a promotional visit.
Judge Mata issued the order on Wednesday to commence proceedings of the case, in which FC Barcelona is accused of defrauding an estimated 13 million euros (roughly $14.7 million), reports Efe.