Chelsea owners want to help PSG unload Neymar


It looks like PSG might have found the perfect destination for Neymar if he is willing to finally, once and for all, and in a much-needed move for both parties, leave Paris: London in England, UK.

According to a note published by Le Parisien on Wednesday evening, PSG president Nasser Al-Khelaifi and new Chelsea owner Todd Boehly met on Tuesday in Paris to discuss a potential transfer of the Brazil international to the Premier League club next summer.

After a fulgurous start to the season followed by a dreadful return from the World Cup, Neymar is closer than ever to leaving Paris. Everything point to that direction, to say the least, and PSG could entertain the idea and might have started talks with different organizations, including Chelsea.

The interest of Chelsea goes back to the employment of Thomas Tuchel by the London-based club and the admiration of the player by the German coach. No longer in London, it looks like it is now the owner of Chelsea who would love to hire the player.

Le Parisien reports that Todd Boehly "had lunch [in Paris] with Nasser Al-Khelaifi in a large hotel near Place de l'Etoile." It is assumed the failed loan of Hakim Ziyech to PSG was discussed between both empowered partners to clarify and solve all damage that it could have created at the end of the January transfer window.

According to Le Parisien, "Boehly adores Neymar" and adds that "PSG would even be ready to let him go for free in order to rid themselves of his salary" and also to lose all connections with a player they deem to have "a degraded image.”

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It is still unknown if Neymar would favor or like a move to the English Premier League or if he'd prefer another option, assuming they arrive from other clubs/leagues around Europe.

While staff linked to both PSG and Chelsea have "categorically denied" the meeting, Le Parisien informs that according to the information they could fetch, "the departure of Neymar is indeed one of the main objectives of the leaders of PSG."