Real Madrid made €105m offer to snatch Neymar from Barcelona

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Spanish newspaper Sport have published a document appearing to be a sensational €105m offer to take Neymar away from Barcelona.

The Brazilian forward agreed to sign for Barcelona before the summer transfer window had officially opened in a reported €57m deal.

However, according to the document leaked online, Real Madrid faxed an offer to the player, offering a significantly higher amount to try and convince the 21-year-old to break the pre-contract agreement.

The incredible offer, if true, would have seen the La Liga giants fork out €105m to several different parties.

The majority of the money, €60m, was offered to NR Sports, chaired by Neymar's father with €15m being paid over four years.

Real Madrid would then give €25m in compensation to Barcelona because Neymar had already signed a contract with them.

Madrid would then pay the remaining €20m to Neymar's former club Santos.

On top of the mega-money deal, Real Madrid would also offer Neymar a 70% share of his image rights, a huge mansion in the highly affluent Moral district, a selection of fine cars, plane tickets and exclusive use of a doctor for the whole of Neymar's family.

To top it all off, Neymar would be given a full-time personal assistant. 

As it is now known, the offer was not accepted by Neymar, who went on to join Barcelona in the summer of 2013.

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