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Manchester Utd launch outstanding £145million bid for Neymar

05 Feb

Neymar’s father confirms
Manchester United’s bid for his
son
– United boss Louis Van Gaal is
interested in a top quality player
– The Brazilian’s contract with
Barcelona ends in 2018
There are reports that Manchester
United have launched a bid of
£145million for Barcelona
star Neymar, as Louis Van Gaal
hopes to snatch the third best
player in the world at the end of the
season.
Neymar’s father revealed in court
this week that there was a side that
had made it clear they were willing
to meet his son’s huge Nou Camp
buy-out clause.
Neymar
However, Manchester United coach
Louis Van Gaal had shown interest in
the search top quality players and
the Brazilian could be on his way to
Old Trafford in the summer, with
the United management having
supporting the move on bringing-in
top quality players.
The United boss has spent about
£205m in the space of 18 months
but a world-record move for Neymar
would have increased that figure to
an incredible £350m.
According to Neymar’s father,
Manchester United had offered
£145million for his son.
“Manchester United is the side that
offered €190m (£145million) for
Neymar,” the player’s father told
radio station COPES.
“He has still two years left on his
contract but you can all be calm as
my son is so happy here.”
Neymar Snr was in court to face an
allegation by Brazilian third-party
investment fund DIS against himself,
Neymar, Santos and Barcelona over
the transfer contract of his son in
2013.

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