Coutinho urges Barcelona to try and Neymar back from PSG

Without the injured Neymar PSG went crashing out of the Champions League to Real Madrid in the last 16 this month

Without the injured Neymar PSG went crashing out of the Champions League to Real Madrid in the last 16 this month

"He has a present at PSG", Neymar Sr, who acts as his son's manager, told reporters, Xinhua news agency reported.

The Ligue 1 leaders lost the second leg 2-1 at home while their attacking talisman recovered from surgery.

Rumours have begun circulating regarding the future of Neymar, however, as the Brazilian is reportedly becoming increasingly unsettled in France.

According to Sport (h/t MailOnline's Daniel Matthews), Neymar does not want uncertainty over his future affecting his performances during the tournament and his father-also his agent-is said to have met with Real ahead of a potential €400 million move.

Speaking as Al-Khelaifi checked on Neymar's fitness - the forward now out with a fractured foot - and visited his foundation, Neymar Sr said: "Neymar already has a future at PSG".

The attacker is now at home recovering from foot surgery.

Ivan Rakitic has already admitted he wants to see Neymar back at the Nou Camp.

"I am thinking as Rakitic does, I would like to have here the best players and Neymar is one of them", Coutinho said, as quoted by Four Four Two.

"He has not called me, but if it was up to me, I [would] open the dressing room door for him again", he said.

Neymar Sr. made his comments to Brazilian media with PSG chairman and chief executive officer Nasser Al-Khelaifi by his side.

"He is happy, very motivated and enthusiastic to come back as soon as possible", he said.

Neymar last featured for the Parc Des Princes in their 3-0 win over Marseille in the quarterfinals of the French Cup encounter in February, and he's hoping to return early to make Brazil's squad heading to the World Cup this summer.

Al-Khelaifi echoed Neymar Snr's sentiments and wished his star investment a speedy recovery from injury.

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