The 22-year-old, alongside Gareth Bale, have both been linked with a move to Stamford Bridge.
Neymar left La Liga giants Barcelona for Paris Saint-Germain in a world-record transfer after the Ligue 1 powerhouse activated the Brazil star's €222million buyout clause in August last year.
According to Spanish media outlet Diario Gol, he's regretting leaving the Nou Camp and would like to return.
Madrid-based newspaper AS reports Neymar´s father has met with Real Madrid, who are ready to pay 400million euros to sign the striker.
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"He has not told me anything, but if it's up to me, I would open the door right now", Rakitic told reporters following Saturday's 2-0 win over Malaga.
Balague told Sky Sports: "We're going to hear in the next few months, even next season, indicating Neymar wants to leave PSG, from different angles".
On Thursday, UEFA, the governing body of European football, said it was opening an enquiry into the events at the match in which PSG was eliminated from Europe.
"When those figures come up, though, it does mean someone does want to do something about it".
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"Not only because of the relationship I have with him, but because of the type of player he is".
The two stars were involved in a scuffle over penalty duties at the start of the season and that bitterness still remains with the Uruguayan becoming disenchanted with life at the club with the Brazilian around.
"I think he's realised PSG isn't the place for him, I think he wants to look for a more competitive place to play".
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