And the PSG, meanwhile, loses and Thomas Tuchel says that Neymar will not leave until they look for a replacement.
The report claims PSG are believed to see out of favour Paulo Dybala as the ideal replacement for Neymar and they wanted to reach out to the Italian giants to strike a completely separate deal for the Argentine.
Barcelona plans to make the offer this week.
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PSG will reject Barcelona's loan offer for Neymar.
What is clear is that Barcelona can not afford to pay that fee right now having invested 250 million into the signings of Griezmann, De Jong, Neto and Junior Firpo. The report says Barca is now preparing an offer in which no players are likely to be included on its side of the deal.
Conversely, Barcelona are unwilling to include either Ousmane Dembele or Nelson Semedo in such a deal, two players that PSG desire. As a result, it now makes some sense to make a move for Neymar, especially with Coutinho's departure creating space for him in the first-team squad at the club. Such a move would also help Barcelona escape any possible FFP sanctions, having already spent heavily on four deals this summer.
And Spanish newspaper AS claim Juventus are willing to pay £95m plus Dybala in order to seal a deal that would see Neymar swap Paris for Turin.