Neymar has the potential to rival Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo, says former Santos president Marcelo Teixeira, with it no surprise to find him at the centre of a transfer tussle involving Real Madrid and Barcelona.
The 27-year-old, who missed PSG's league opener against Nimes last weekend, has been the subject of bids from Barcelona and Real Madrid.
"The transfer window will close in a month", said Tuchel.
Santos blocked a move at that stage, with Teixeira saying of the role he played in that saga: "He was blown away by the "Galacticos", but in time we were able to get hold of his father and make him an offer that earned him a million dollars".
Neymar impressed during a trial in Madrid as a teenager but Teixeira revealed that his gamble of handing the youngster a professional contract very early in his career helped ward off interest from the Spanish capital.
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Paris Saint-Germain manager, Thomas Tuchel, has said Neymar Jr will not leave the club this summer, except they sign a replacement.
Real Madrid will be attentive to Neymar's situation, however the starting point for such a deal to come to fruition would be for Los Merengues to sell one of their more valuable players.
Neymar's time at PSG has been hampered by two serious injuries and disciplinary issues, with supporters turning against the man who joined the club for a world record €222 million (£200m/$243m) fee from Barcelona in 2017.
"When I think of a strong team, it's with him", added Tuchel.
"Neymar is a key player on this team, and he decides if he's happy to stay or not". Both want to negotiate in a player-swap deal, while PSG wants cash.