Neymar may spend two weeks in quarantine upon Paris return

Neymar is set to return to Paris after spending the coronavirus pandemic in his native Brazil.

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France is reopening its borders on Saturday and the forward is aiming to link up with the Paris Saint-Germain squad in order to prepare for their upcoming Champions League commitments.

According to L’Equipe, upon his return to Paris, Neymar could have to complete a mandatory 15-day quarantine period at his home before joining his colleagues in training.

The option is being considered by the French government for those arriving from countries with a high rate of coronavirus infections, which Brazil currently is.

Neymar had planned to return on June 21 and resume training on the following day but, given the current situation and the potential quarantine order, the player has brought his return forward.

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The Ligue 1 season was terminated early, with PSG declared as title winners, but are in the quarter finals of the Champions League.

The transfer window will also open shortly, and speculation around the future of Neymar is likely to resume.

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