In recent weeks both Real Madrid and FC Barcelona were claimed to have cooled down their reported interest in the Brazil superstar due to the exorbitant figure needed to prise him away from the Ligue 1 champions.
However, Barcelona-based broadcaster Betevé has now revealed there has been a change in the French giants' stance due to the increasing pressure they face over their Financial Fair Play issues.
The emergence of France wonderkid Kylian Mbappe as a potential Ballon d'Or winner and global superstar has also forced the club to consider the future of the 27-year-old, with the securing the long-term future of the teenager arising as their main priority.
According to the Spanish broadcaster, Andre Curry, a transfer negotiator of the LaLiga champions, met with the Neymar Sr in London last week to explore the options of a sensational return.
It's been claimed that Les Parisiens are willing to appease all parties and allow the Brazilian to leave for €22m less than the €222m they stumped up in August 2017 and the potential makeweight of Ousmane Dembele in return could drop the valuation even further.
While Los Blancos have taken a step back due to their €575m plans to revamp of the Santiago Bernabéu and President Florentino Perez' recent transfer policy of acquiring highly-rated talents over established stars, the recent murmurs of Neymar wanting a return to Spain may appeal for a reevaluation - as he seeks to appease disgruntled Madridstas over the sale of Cristiano Ronaldo.