​Paris Saint-Germain lawyer Juan de Dios Crespo, who deposited Neymar's €222m release clause at ​FC Barcelona two years ago was seen arriving at the Camp Nou on Monday.

Barcelona president Josep Maria Bartomeu too was seen entering the club's offices but left the premises just ten minutes later.

​Marca report that neither of the two were keen on making any statements before Crespo denying that his presence at the Camp Nou had anything to do with negotiations for Neymar. On being asked to state the reason for his visit to Barcelona, Crespo said, "For another client, and it has nothing to do with PSG."

Crespo was filmed by the cameras of LaSexta's TV programme 'Jugones', alongside Barcelona scout Arieda Braida. 

According to LaSexta's information, Neymar's return to Barcelona is closer than ever and Philippe Coutinho will be a part of the deal.

Meanwhile, ​Sport reveal that Crespo was present to negotiate the departure of Ariedo Braida (the international scouting director) from Barcelona, with the Italian director another of his clients.

Braida took over the international area in January 2015. He will leave Barcelona in the coming days. 


Meanwhile, Neymar's future remains subject to intense transfer speculation with Barcelona and Real Madrid strongly linked with the Brazilian superstar. The ​PSG forward's merchandise has also reportedly been removed from the club's store.

Neymar was left out of the PSG side for their Ligue 1 opener, but he was still targeted by the club's fans, who are obviously angered by reports of his move away from France.