PSG are ready to let the Brazilian go this summer, and due to his astronomical wages, the Premier League is being touted as a likely destination for the Selecao ace.

Neymar's time at PSG appears to be over, but before the club can bid farewell to the Brazilian sensation, the attacker must first find a new club.

The former Barcelona superstar has two more years left on his Parc des Princes deal, which runs out on June 2025. The latest rumors suggest that the Ligue 1 champions are keen on moving him on. Unfortunately, due to his exuberant wages, which is estimated to be around 50 million euros per season, not that many clubs can afford to sign him.

However, one of the richest teams in world football are said to have been in contact with the 31-year-old and they are none other than Manchester City. This is according to L'Equipe, with the French magazine claiming that Pep Guardiola phoned up the Brazilian to discuss his future.

The Spaniard was keen on knowing what's on Neymar's mind but it should be noted that an Etihad Stadium move is still unlikely despite the conversation with Pep. A Premier League transfer has been touted but Manchester United and Newcastle are the ones that have been linked with the attacker.

However, a move to Old Trafford might heavily depend on whether Sheikh Jassim beats Sir Jim Ratcliffe in the race to buy the Red Devils, which remains to be seen. Neymar would add goals, which Ten Hag lacks outside of Marcus Rashford, and creativity, which they lack in abundance outside of Bruno Fernandes, to the Theatre of Dreams.

This season, the former Santos prodigy has 24 goal contributions in Ligue 1 alone, scoring 13 and assisting another 11. However, injuries have plagued him again, with the South American missing the crucial UEFA Champions League clash with Bayern Munich and the final few months of the season.

Additionally, the player angered PSG after attending the Monaco Grand Prix while the club were lifting the Ligue 1 crown. As a result, Neymar's time in Paris looks to be over but the location of his next club remains a mystery.