According to the Daily Mail, as well as Barcelona and Real Madrid, Manchester United were one of the other clubs in for Neymar this past summer.
However, according to the report, the English side dropped out of the running because, as well as the elevated price Paris Saint-Germain were demanding, they had a number of other doubts on and off the pitch.
United's executive vice president Ed Woodward is always keen to sign big games, but they dropped out of the Neymar race because of concerns about his private life, his partying and, above all, his father's obsession with money.
However, they also cooled their interest because of his recent injury history. Since signing for PSG he's had three injuries and in 2019 alone he has been unavailable for 175 days in total.