Barca keeping tabs on Neymar
Barcelona vice-president Jose Maria Bartomeu has hinted the the Catalan giants will make their move for Neymar this summer.
Neymar is currently wowing spectators for Brazil at the London Olympics, netting once against Egypt before almost single-handedly dismantling Belarus, in which he made two assists either side of a breathtaking free-kick.
He shined throughout the Group C match at Old Trafford, with the cherry on the top coming when he curled a set-piece over the wall and past the helpless Aleksandr Gutor.
The 20-year-old has been tipped with a move to Europe for some time and Bartomeu made no attempt to hide Barcelona's interest.
"Neymar? We would all like to see him joining after the Olympics. If he decides to come to Europe we'll try to make it Barca," he said.
A player of Neymar's calibre is unlikely to arrive to the Nou Camp cheaply and he is contracted to Santos for at least the next two years.
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