Neymar represented Brazil in a friendly against Uruguay on Friday evening and he was asked about whether or not he could return to Barcelona.
In response, the Brazilian offered no words but instead smiled at the question, remaining a complete enigma about his future.
Recently, his return was spoken about as impossible at Barcelona, but now things have shifted slightly and the door is creaking open.
Pep Segura, the club’s sporting director, has started to open it ever further a recent interview.
“If we believe that, despite the insult to us, it must be him then it will be him,” Segura said to La Vanguardia.
The main factor in favour of the move is the player’s own desire to return to Catalonia and Barcelona are aware of it.
Both the club’s offices and dressing room know he wants to return, and those at the Camp Nou are happy for it to happen.
Neymar Senior continues his business and, as every year, he offers his son around to Europe’s elite.
As reported by MARCA already, the star was offered to Barcelona just last summer.
Just as the Brazilian was offered to Barcelona, he was offered to Real Madrid as well and the Paris Saint-Germain jewel remains Florentino Perez’s great obsession.
The last word, however, remains with PSG and the Ligue 1 side are specialists in refusing to sell a player.
If Neymar is to return to Spain it will take an offer of 222 million euros once more, with reports saying there is a verbal agreement between the player and club to allow him to leave should such a proposal be made.