Barcelona could tempt Paris Saint-Germain into selling Kylian Mbappe by using Philippe Coutinho as bait

PSG could be forced to sell one of their superstars to comply with Financial Fair Play, but the French sensation leaving is bad news for Neymar who is desperate to return to the Nou Camp


Posted Thursday, December 27, 2018 by Thesun.co.uk

Barcelona could tempt Paris Saint-Germain into selling Kylian Mbappe by using Philippe Coutinho as bait

BARCELONA could be set to offer Paris Saint-Germain £135million and Philippe Coutinho for bag Kylian Mbappe, according to reports.

AS in Spain claim the Catalan giants are hoping to take advantage of the French champion’s tricky position of having to comply with Financial Fair Play (FFP) rules after shelling out a whopping £354.5m on Neymar and Mbappe in 12 months.

PSG could be excluded from the Champions League if they are found to have breached FFP rules.

Reports suggest the Qatari-owned French side could be forced to balance the books to a tune of £170m to balance the books.

And they only way out could be to sell one of their stars to avoid any Uefa sanctions.

The prospect of the 20-year-old moving to the Nou Camp could be a huge blow to Neymar with reports the Brazilian is keen on a return to Catalonia.

Neymar is reported to be making “constant calls” to secure a move back to his former club.

AS claim the Samba star is desperate to go back to the Catalans.

And the report states his team have been relentless in trying to engineer a way back to Barcelona.

AS quote a source as saying: “When he comes to Barcelona, which is usually, he always ends up visiting the dressing room.

“It's a shame, because here he had everything, but ended up forcing his departure.
“We should see how the environment would react (to his return).”



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