London, February 18: Paris Saint-Germain are reportedly yet to begin talks with Neymar over a new deal.
The Brazil international was linked with a return to Barcelona before the start of this season, but ended up staying in Paris.
Yet after claims last month that Neymar wanted a new deal at PSG, it is reported no negotiations have been held just yet.
TOP STORY – PSG YET TO BEGIN CONTRACT TALKS WITH NEYMAR
PSG and Neymar are yet to meet to discuss a possible extension, according to Le Parisien.
Neymar, 28, is contracted to PSG until 2022, but there have been no talks over a stay beyond then.
The forward is expected to return from injury in PSG's Champions League last-16 first leg against Borussia Dortmund on Tuesday.
PSG : toujours pas de négociations pour prolonger Neymar https://t.co/4yM3DruQaA— Le Parisien - Sports (@LeParisienSport) February 17, 2020
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