Three of the world's biggest clubs are ready to pay Neymar's buy-out clause to sign him from Barcelona, agent Wagner Ribeiro has revealed.
Any club will be free to hold talks with the Brazilian if they make a £157million offer.
Manchester United, Paris Saint-Germain and Real Madrid are the three clubs who can afford the 24-year-old according to reports in England although it is unlikely manager Jose Mourinho wants to spend all his summer cash on one player.
"There are three big clubs in the world that want to sign Neymar and pay a clause of €200m to Barcelona," Ribeiro said.
"I cannot say more than this because it is sensitive. I can only guarantee that Neymar is happy at Barcelona."