Neymar eager to play with Messi at Barca, claims his ex-agent, Guardiola to return to Nou Camp?

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Neymar desperate for a reunion with Messi at Barca, claims his former agent Andre Cury.

Former scout of Barcelona Andre Cury has made a shocking claim about Neymar’s future that the Brazilian is interested in wearing the Blaugrana shirt for one more time in his career.

While the links of Neymar to Barca were true in the past, the PSG ace has recently revealed that he is happy continuing in the French Capital club and it has also been reported that the 28-year-old is on the verge of signing a new long-term deal with Les Parisiens.

Cury has claimed the Brazilian is dreaming of a reunion with Messi at the Nou Camp.

“Neymar has an open door at Barcelona, their fans knows he made a mistake and even he recognised it some time later.

“Two years ago, Neymar formally asked me to return to Barcelona, we tried and we were really close to getting him out of Paris, but because of details, it didn’t happen.

“Laporta is the only one who can bring them back together again, Messi won’t leave Barcelona, he decided that his history is in Barcelona and I’m very clear on that.

“Neymar will play with Messi again, but in Barcelona.”

Perhaps, Lionel Messi has been heavily linked with a move to PSG at the end of this season, with stars like Neymar and Kylian Mbappe reportedly pushing for the transfer to happen.

Guardiola could make a managerial return to Barca.

Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola could make a surprise return to Barca but it relies on City’s success in the Champions League this season.

Guardiola has turned Man City into an unstoppable force this season and the Spaniard is not far from getting his hands at the Premier League for the third time.

However, Champions League remains a nemesis to Guardiola to date as he had last won the trophy back in 2011 at Barca.

Guardiola could consider a return to Barca if he manages to break his hoodoo in the Champions League with Man City this term.