PSG broke the bank for Neymar back in the summer, spending a huge £200million to lure him away from Barcelona in a transfer that has changed football forever.
The 26-year-old, though, is already being tipped to turn his back on the Ligue 1 giants with Real Madrid determined to make him their latest Galactico.
Yet Spanish outlet Don Balon claim Manchester United are also in the mix for his signature.
And their hopes of landing the Brazil international may hinge on fierce rivals Liverpool.
Neymar has supposedly learned Real will change management again in the summer with Zinedine Zidane’s head set to roll after a summer of turbulence.
And Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp is the one of three players the PSG star wants to work under.
Germany’s Joachim Low and Juventus’ Max Allegri are also reportedly in Neymar’s thoughts.
He is fearful of playing under a manager he does not see eye to eye with, particularly given how strained his relationship with Unai Emery at PSG is.
Should, however, Real refuse to dance to his tune then Don Balon say United – and Manchester City – could steal a march.
It has previously been reported that Ed Woodward is monitoring Neymar’s situation in Paris.
And it appears United may accelerate their interest if they receive any encouragement.
A couple of months ago, speculation linking the Red Devils with a Neymar swoop seemed far-fetched.
But their Champions League exit to Sevilla has highlighted they need more if they are to reel in Manchester City next season.
Alexis Sanchez has been a huge letdown since his move from Arsenal, too, and Real Madrid’s Gareth Bale could yet end up back in the Premier League – but with Tottenham instead.