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Neymar's one condition to join Real Madrid, Barcelona's summer transfer list, and more: Transfer round-up - 26th February 2018

A quick look at all the top transfer stories of the day.

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Rumors 26 Feb 2018, 19:50 IST
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Neymar has something big planned up his sleeves

Hello people! Welcome to Sportskeeda's latest transfer news and rumours roundup. Despite the season now entering, it's business end, top clubs are also keeping their eyes open on potential transfer targets. 

And as always, there are stories which make headlines irrespective of the transfer window being open or shut. On that note, let's take a look at all the top transfer news that made headlines on February 26, 2018: 


La Liga 

Neymar reveals the condition to join Real Madrid 

Florentino Perez has his eyes set on luring Neymar to Real Madrid. Be it this summer or the next, Madrid supremo is reportedly hell-bent on making the former Barcelona man a Galactico. The Brazilian is in the know-how about Madrid's interest and is keen on making the jump sooner rather than later. 

Don Balon has now reported that Neymar has conveyed the big condition that he wants Real Madrid to satisfy before he joins them. It is believed that Neymar wants to earn more than Cristiano Ronaldo and will only sign a deal at the Bernabeu if he is offered a €50 million per year deal. That is double than what Ronaldo earns and an amount which is similar to that of Messi's. 

FC Barcelona eye three summer signings 

The Catalans are currently having a brilliant season with the dream of a historic treble still alive. The current spine of the team reportedly wants as many as three signings in the summer to make this Barcelona unit a force in the coming years. 

Diario Gol has claimed that the trio of Lionel Messi, Luis Suarez and Philippe Coutinho have told the top brass of the club to make three signings at the end of the season. The list includes Arthur Melo from Gremio, Antoine Griezmann from Atletico Madrid and Bayern Munich's David Alaba.

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