That figure may be double what PSG paid to sign Neymar from Barcelona in the summer, but it appears to have shaken the French outfit's president, Nasser Al-Khelaifi, who will travel to Brazil to talk to Neymar directly.
The Brazilian also retains high hopes for his national team in Russian Federation.
Neymar's links with Real Madrid have taken another twist after it was reported the Paris Saint-Germain star's father, Neymar Sr., has met with the Spanish club amid claims a price tag has been set for his transfer.
Barca coach Ernesto Valverde called the rumours "fantasy" on Friday but Rakitic was more welcoming to the idea of the Brazil worldwide coming back to the club.
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A return to Barcelona has been mooted, as has a move to Real Madrid who have done little to quell speculation.
He is believed to have told former team-mates that he was wrong in wanting to step out from Lionel Messi's shadow and lacks the understanding he had with his former colleagues.
Barcelona pursued Coutinho as a replacement for Neymar, along with Ousmane Dembele.
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"Neymar's not said anything to me, but if it was up to me I would open the door for him to come back right now", Rakitic said.
Neymar was brought to Paris to help the club win the Champions League for the first time, but his big-money arrival did not prevent Unai Emery's team from being knocked out by holders Real at the last-16 stage last week.
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