Barcelona vice-president Jordi Cardoner said Neymar plans to return to the club this summer, but the Spanish champions have not thought to bring him back.
Neymar announced Barca for Paris Saint-Germain with a world record of 222 million euros transfer two years ago, but life in France has not met the expectations of the striker.
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Sources have told ESPN FC that the PSG is open to selling the Brazilian and that Barca is considering a deal to facilitate the return of Camp Nou Neymar desperately wants to return to Barcelona.
"As far as I know, Barcelona has not taken any steps to bring it here," he said at a news conference on Thursday. "The Board did not talk about bringing it back unless the player took concrete steps."
"Neymar seems to want to go back, or at least that's what he's expressing, but it's not on the table. It is not true that Barca is worried about signing Neymar.
"It's an operation we have to tackle, we do not know what's going to happen, and it does not surprise me that a player left is coming back.
" There are not many places like Barca and Barcelona. There are others who have gone and come back, like Cesc [Fabregas]. Neymar is a great player. At the time, however, he decided to leave. Now? We can not judge it yet, but we have not contacted him.
Cardoner suggested that he would not retrieve Neymar because he had forced an exit.
The Brazilian has also filed a lawsuit against the Catalan club for an unpaid bonus that he believes was due
"There are a lot of things to do at his exit that I did not like, there are a lot of things to do to solve them," added Cardoner.
Barca plans to sign a striker this summer and sources have told ESPN FC that they will implement the buyout clause of Antoine Griezmann when it drops to € 120 million next month.
Local media reports say they are willing to include both Neymar and Antoine Griezmann.
In this scenario, the club would have to sell a number of players to raise the money to finance the deals, and ESPN FC announced in April The club is well aware that Philippe Coutinho, Ivan Rakitic and Samuel Umtiti are among the players who could go.
The sale began this week with the departure of Andre Gomes, Jasper Cillessen and Marc Cardona, while goalkeeper Neto from Valencia joined.