Real Madrid Deny Making an Offer for Neymar

Real Madrid Deny Making an Offer for Neymar


TVE, the Spanish public TV, informed recently that Real Madrid have made an offer to PSG for €310M to sign the Brazilian star Neymar Junior. Only few hours later, Los Blancos published a statement denying this information. However, the rumours linking Neymar and Real Madrid will continue for sure during the summer.

Neymar has helped his team to reach the Quarter-finals of the World Cup after beating Mexico 2-0, with the PSG star scoring the first goal. Meanwhile, the rumours about his future continue spreading. The last one was published by the Spanish public television, TVE (Televisión Española), who said that Los Blancos have made a bid for €310M. According to this information, they offered a seven-year deal to Neymar and €45M per year to the player as a salary.

However, the Spanish giants wanted to deny this information and they published a statement in their website, something quite unusual, especially with the rumours that are always on the news during the summer: “In light of information broadcast tonight by TVE regarding an alleged Real Madrid offer to PSG and their player Neymar, Real Madrid C. F. wishes to state that this information is absolutely untrue. Real Madrid has made no offer of any kind to PSG or the player”, Real Madrid published.

Los Blancos were also shocked by this information, especially coming from an usually trusted source like TVE: “Real Madrid are surprised that the Spanish public television network would choose to broadcast entirely false information without anyone from the outlet having first contacted any of the parties concerned to corroborate the supposed information, which would have been quite easily discredited”.

Despite this statement, the rumours will continue this summer, especially if Neymar continues with his good level shown in the World Cup. Some important players like Kaká recently advised Neymar to sign for Real Madrid. In the meantime, Los Blancos will have to think what to do with Cristiano Ronaldo and Gareth Bale, whose future is quite uncertain right now.