PARIS SAINT-GERMAIN are ready to launch a stunning deal to keep Neymar at the club by offering him a new contract worth £33million-a-year, according to reports.
The Brazilian has just two years left on his current contract having let his deal run down in a plot to leave the club.
Neymar, 28, was desperate to leave Paris last summer after angling for a move back to Barcelona.
A deal collapsed, despite the player going on strike, and the forward was forced to stay at the French champions for another year.
Barca have made it no secret that they are keen to see their former star return, particularly with his value plummeting.
With his deal running down and the financial crisis caused by coronavirus mean Neymar is now worth less than the world record £198m fee PSG paid for him in 2017.
But Sport write how the French outfit are offering him a new package until 2025 to ensure he doesn't leave on the cheap.
He is currently earning £600,000-a-week but his new wage will see him earn around a £40,000 pay rise.
Boss Thomas Tuchel wants to keep Neymar at the club as he goes in search of Champions League glory.
The player himself appears cool about his future in the French capital after a representative claimed he won't sign an extension just yet.
A representative of Neymar said: “We have never spoken about [a return to Barcelona].
"For the moment, our only concern is with the coronavirus.
“We think the summer will be calm. Honestly, we are not talking about [a move] at this moment.
“Neither an extension with PSG, nor moving elsewhere.”
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