Three clubs willing to activate Neymar's release clause - Ribeiro

The attacker is yet to commit to a new deal with Barcelona and his agent says the richest clubs in the world are willing to pay the gargantuan fee required to sign him

Neymar is being followed by three clubs willing to activate his reported €190 million release clause at Barcelona, says his agent Wagner Ribeiro.

Brazil captain Neymar moved to Camp Nou from Santos in 2013 and has two seasons remaining on his five-year contract.

Talks over a new deal have continually stalled, with links to Paris Saint-Germain, Manchester United and even Real Madrid subsequently surfacing.

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While Ribeiro insists Neymar is happy at Barca, he claims there are three teams primed to activate the buy-out clause in the forward's contract.

"There are three big clubs in the world that want to sign Neymar and pay a clause of [approximately] €200m to Barcelona," Ribeiro told Radio Jovem Pan.

"I cannot say more than this because it is confidential.

"I can only guarantee that Neymar is happy in Barcelona."