Fallen Premier League giants Manchester United have reportedly turned down the opportunity to sign troubled Paris Saint Germain (PSG) attacker Neymar this summer.
According to the Independent, Manchester United have not entertained the idea of the swap deal due to the finance required to pull off the deal.
Recent reports had claimed that PSG proposed a swap deal which will see Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba swap clubs with the aforementioned Neymar.
Paul Pogba and Neymar have both been involved in two of the biggest transfer sagas this summer.
French World Cup winner Pogba disclosed that he wants to leave Manchester United in search of a new challenge during an interview last month and that fuelled the transfer rumours linking him with a move back to former club Juventus as well as Spanish La Liga giants Real Madrid.
For Neymar, he wants to return to Barcelona after two years at PSG.
He has had an injury-hit time at the French Ligue 1 club.
Despite his injury woes at PSG, Neymar has still managed to score 51 goals in 58 appearances for the French capital club.
The Brazilian national team attacker spent four years at Barcelona before his controversial exit to PSG at the end of the 2016/17 season.