PSG set to part ways with Neymar as French club identifies replacement

Things have changed at Paris Saint-Germain since Leonardo's arrival. The team has changed its stance of buying top-caliber players to focus on "cheaper" options, but in order to replace the most expensive footballer in history, they are ready to splash the cash.

According to a report by RMC Sport, the team's Sports Director has identified the player that will fill Neymar's void once he leaves PSG. The French side does not want to look for their star's replacement before he leaves the club, and this move would fit that narrative.

RMC Sport's article states that PSG is ready to lure Paulo Dybala away from Juventus, which follows up a report on Friday about the bianconeri's intention to swap both players, or to include Dybala in a potential negotiation.

Dybala's situation with the Italian side changed when Cristiano Ronaldo arrived, but Maurizio Sarri seems to be keen on the idea of keeping him around. The report states that Dybala is ready to fight for a spot in the team's lineup, but if the proper offer came around, he would consider it.

With Neymar being linked to Barcelona, Juventus and even Manchester City, it seems that the player's transfer saga will go on for the rest of the summer...

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