Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp believes £271million transfer will happen

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The Argentinian's now former team-mate Neymar had a €220m (£198m) clause written into his deal at Barcelona as part of La Liga regulations requiring it as part of a contract.

It is a dirty divorce: after his 222 million euro change to Paris Saint-Germain as Neymar now wants to sue his past employer, Barcelona at the Federation Internationale de Football Association.

And Liverpool boss Klopp believes it is now conceivable a club could pay Messi's even more ludicrous release fee to prise the five-time Ballon d'Or victor away from Camp Nou.

'It's pretty simple. Until now it was simply seen as impossible, ' Klopp told DAZN.

"Then there is the list, with the release-clauses for Barcelona". Leo Messi, €300m. In a period of just a month that suddenly sounds possible too.

Spanish publication Sport claim that Di Maria is just one of a number of potential targets for the Catalan club as they desperately try to replace Neymar, who is now one of Di Maria's team mates at Paris Saint-Germain. And now it simply happened'. A player previously thought of as untouchable.

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"I don't know how it happened, if there were meetings, conversations. there are many interpretations of this record transfer". "No coach would demand such a thing".

However, PSG's need to satisfy Financial Fair Play - with Monaco's Kylian Mbappe also said to be on his way - makes the 29-year-old's sale possible. A simple solution would be a rule.

The president said; "The way he acted was certainly not the best and not the kind of behaviour that we want from a player of Barcelona".

According to the report, Di Maria wants to leave PSG following the arrival of Neymar, knowing that his opportunities at the French club will become limited. €150m or €550m or whatever and then no one would complain anymore.

Liverpool kick off their Premier League campaign against Watford at Vicarage Road on Saturday afternoon.

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