​Neymar was said to be very interested in making a move to ​Manchester Unitedbefore the Red Devils missed out on qualification for the ​Champions League in the upcoming season.

The Brazilian forward is moving for a transfer this summer with his first choice being a return to ​Barcelona, however he is said to also have a list of other options, according to Spanish publication ​Mundo Deportivo.

The 27-year-old is reportedly said to be open to a move to ​Bayern Munich​Real Madrid and ​Juventus, while United were on his list earlier, but are no longer an option.

With United competing in the Europa League in the 2019/20 season, the forward doesn't consider them a lucrative destination for him as he only wants to play in a side that competes at the top level.

While Barcelona are definitely Neymar's first choice, La Blaugrana will not be spending the £300 million asking price set by PSG for signing the Brazilian.

The two-time defending ​La Liga champions have already placed a bid of ​£90m plus two players from a choice of six for Neymar, but it seems unlikely that the Ligue 1 giants will accept that bid.

Meanwhile, PSG boss Thomas Tuchel admitted that he was aware of Neymar's ​desire to leave, but insisted that he will do his best to work with him until a deal is done, saying, "It is clear between us, now it is between the club and Ney. We work together."

"Did I know he wanted to leave? Yes, I found out before the Copa America. But it is something between the club and Ney. I am the coach, it’s my player. If he is in the locker room, this is my player and I work with him," he concluded.