On Thursday, Brazilian news outlet Globo Esporte reported that Madrid will be sending their chief transfer negotiator to Santos, Brazil, this week to meet with Neymar's father and inquire about a possible move to the Spanish capital.
The short statement reads: "Given the constant information linking the PSG player Neymar Jr. with our club, Real Madrid CF wants to clarify that he has no plans to make any offers for the player".
"The relationship between the two clubs is extraordinary so that if at some point Real Madrid were considering signing a PSG player, the first thing the club would do would be to make an official approach".
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"Real Madrid has not made any kind of offer to PSG or the player".
"To sign someone now to score 50 or 60 goals is going to be hard, no other player can guarantee that as Ronaldo has in these last nine years. And top of his list is none other than Neymar", en.as reports.
Neymar seems set to remain in Paris for another season at least then, with Real Madrid likely to turn their attention towards Eden Hazard as their replacemet for Cristiano Ronaldo, who has moved to Juventus after nine seasons at the Santiago Bernabéu.
The former Real Madrid striker explained in an interview with Sport TV as per Marca: "I asked him five years ago and he explained that on many occasions when he's kicked he reacts in that way so that the blow isn't greater".