The four multi-million offers on the table for FC Barcelona star Neymar

Neymar wants to stay at FC Barcelona. His objective is to renew his contract, which ends in June 2018, and become the second best paid player at the club, behind only Leo Messi. But the Brazilian star, who is having a great season, has four offers on the table for multi-million euro deals. Offers which he will reject if he reaches an economic agreement with Barcelona.

Lluis Mascaró

The club best positioned to lure him is Real Madrid. Florentino Perez wants to repeat his Figo operation from 2000, paying the 190m euro release fee clause in his deal and robbing him from Madrid's rivals. They wuld pay him 35m a season and a signing on fee of 30m for his father and representative. 

Florentino wants a replacement for Cristiano Ronaldo and knows Neymar is the best option. He's the second best player in the world behind Messi, and at 24, will win the Ballon d'Or sooner rather than later.

The second offer is from Manchester City. The English side's interest has intensified with Pep Guardiola as the new manager for the next three season. He has asked Txiki Begiristain and Ferran Soriano (sporting director and director general of the club respectively) to try and sign Neymar. They are able to pay his release fee clause and offer 60m a season to Neymar, who recently said he'd like to work with Pep Guardiola.

Their rivals, Man United, are the third option. The historic club are looking to bring in Jose MOurinho as manager and give him 380m euros to revolutionise the squad. Neymar could lead the team and earn a similar 60m a season. 

Finally, the fourth offer for Neymar comes from France. PSG want to win the Champions League and believe Neymar could take them there, with 40m a season on offer for the star. 

But despite all these options, Barcelona is where Neymar wants to be. The Blagurana are preparing an offer which economically won't be as attractive as the others, but will give the star the option to keep winning titles beside Suarez and Messi.

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