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Qué está pasando con el famoso delantero Neymar?

FC Barcelona quiere a Neymar pero el famoso equipo Real Madrid se anda apurando para fichar al brasileño. La oferta con la que los blancos pretenden llamarle la atención al brasileño fué, con un contrato de seis años de duración y con un sueldo de 10 M€ netos por temporada, es la misma cantidad que reciben actualmente los jugadores mas pagados del mundo como Kaká y Cristiano Ronaldo. Neymar actualmente está recibiendo una cantidad similar, pero de la cantidad que gana solo el 20% le corresponde al salario que le abona Santos, el resto son de las publicidades. Pero RM solo le van a permitir quedarse con el 50% de esos ingresos. Para dejar callados a los del Barca, Florentino Pérez está dispuesto a pagar aproximadamente 70 M€.
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