Neymar may not have secured his return to Barcelona, but the Paris Saint-Germain star's future continues to make headlines.
The Brazil forward was keen on making a Barca comeback, two years after his world-record transfer to the French capital.
But as Antoine Griezmann struggles to settle in at Camp Nou, the Frenchman could see himself shipped out to make way for Neymar.
Top story - Neymar and Griezmann in swap deal
Barcelona are considering the possibility of sending Griezmann to Paris Saint-Germain for Neymar, claims Le10Sport.
Neymar was unable to secure a return to Barca during the transfer window following his €222 million (A$360 million) exit in 2017.
But as Griezmann – who only arrived from La Liga rivals Atletico Madrid in the off-season – finds it difficult to settle and develop a relationship with Lionel Messi, the Barca recruit is being talked about as a possible makeweight.
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