Real Madrid wants to bring Neymar back to Spain, but PSG's chairman Nasser Al-Khelaifi isn't having any of it.
Real Madrid have been warned off pursuing Brazilian superstar Neymar using underhand methods by Paris Saint-Germain chairman Nasser Al-Khelaifi, who has insisted it is 'not fair' for Real or any other clubs to go behind PSG's back to talk to their players.
Although Real Madrid are widely believed to have ditched their famous Galacticos transfer policy, Neymar has continued to be a rumored primary target as Los Blancos look to rebuild a new team after several years of recent success.
Responding to ongoing speculation, Al-Khelaifi told Marca, "It's a bit frustrating if we're being realistic, because it's not fair for other clubs or anyone to speak with our players.
"We don't like it at all and we spoke about it with Real Madrid at one moment. We have a good relationship with them and they respect PSG, and I hope that this is true. We respect Real Madrid and their president Florentino Perez," he added.
"I think it's important for everyone that we don't work behind the scenes. If there is something there then it's better that we speak, whether that's speaking with Florentino Perez or whoever and then saying what we like and what we don't like.
"That's what we expect of all clubs, not only Real Madrid."
After injury prematurely ended his debut season in France, Neymar has made a fine start to the new campaign, netting four goals in four Ligue 1 appearances. The club will also soon begin their Champions League journey with a trip to last season's finalist Liverpool next week.