PSG transfer news: La Liga president wants Neymar to come back to La Liga, Lucas Moura deal agreed and more: 30 January 2018
All the transfer news and rumours involving Paris Saint Germain
La Liga president is ready to welcome Neymar
Neymar moved to PSG for a world record fee in the last summer transfer window. There have been several rumours, as of late, which have suggested that Real Madrid are trying to bring the Brazilian winger back to the La Liga.
Neymar recently said that he is happy at the Paris based club and insisted that he wants to make history at the club. According to the Daily Mail, president of La Liga, Javier Tebas, wants Neymar to return to La Liga. He mentioned that Neymar does not necessarily need to return to Barcelona and can instead go to some other team in La Liga.
"I would like Neymar to return to Spanish football, the team doesn't have to be the same, but here [in Spain] we have to be the best - and Neymar is it."
Lucas Moura at Tottenham's training
Lucas Moura needs to get more game time this season if he wants to revive his chances of making the Brazilian World Cup squad. The Brazilian winger has been struggling to get first-team opportunities at PSG and has now decided to move away.
Tottenham have reportedly agreed to a deal to sign Lucas Moura for £25 million. The right winger needs to wrap up some formalities like getting his work permit and completing his medical before completing his move.
According to the ESPN, Lucas Moura was in London on Tuesday to complete the paperwork. Sources close to Tottenham mentioned that Moura should not face any issues in completing the paperwork.
Pastore's move to Inter Milan looks unlikely
Javier Pastore was recently linked to a move to Inter Milan. The Argentine playmaker is struggling for game time and needs to make a move if he is to stand any chance of making Argentina's World Cup squad.
Inter sporting director Piero Ausilio said that Inter Milan do not have the 'right conditions' to complete the signing of Pastore. He further added that he wants to stay in reality instead of dreaming about difficult transfers.
“There’s no news about anyone, I give solid reality, not dreams. We have to work. Dreams are not part of our job, we look at serious things which are needed for Inter. Pastore? Right now there are no conditions for him or for others,"
Ausilio said as quoted by the Football Italia.