Barcelona, PSG representatives meet over Neymar's transfer
Barcelona close in on Neymar's return as the Spanish club officials traveled to France for talks with Paris Saint-Germain, according to Sky Sports.
The Brazil star has been unsettled in Paris all summer as he's hoping to force a move away from the French Ligue 1 champions.
Reports suggest that Barcelona are working hard to sign their former star player before the European transfer window shuts in three weeks.
Though PSG are not willing to sanction a sale for less than £200m spent to lure Neymar to France in 2017.
The French champions have held talks with the 27-year-old star to persuade him to remain in Paris yet he was excluded from the squad that won their season opener against Nimes on Sunday.
Real Madrid have also shown interest in signing him and manager Zinedine Zidane was reluctant to give details when he was asked about it on Sunday.
Zidane said: "Neymar is not in our squad but until September 2, anything can happen."
During his four years in Spain with Barcelona, Neymar won two La Liga titles, a Champions League and FIFA Club world cup.
He has also won consecutive Ligue 1 titles with PSG, Scoring 51 goals in just 56 matches.