According to ESPN FC, Real Madrid players have reached to Neymar in hopes of convincing the Paris Saint-Germain star to join their club this season.
PSG's sporting director, Leonardo, said last month that the team would sell Neymar, but only if their price was met. Both Real Madrid and their rivals in Barcelona have linked to the Brazil forward since.
Neymar missed PSG's first game of the season on Sunday with coach Thomas Tuchel citing injury as the reason for his absence.
The 27-year-old, who reported late to training from his summer holidays, has made clear in recent weeks that he wants to leave the club and has been involved in a tense relationship with Leonardo. Leonardo told French media on Saturday that transfer talks on Neymar with unspecified clubs are "more advanced," although there is still no done deal.
Signed for a world-record fee of £198 million from Barca in 2017, Neymar has scored 34 times in 37 league matches for PSG over two seasons, but his spell in Paris has been marked by a number of disciplinary issues including a three-game ban for his next three European matches following an outburst at officiating after PSG crashed out of the Champions League to Manchester United last winter.
ESPN FC reports Real Madrid is "going hard" in their attempts to sign Neymar before Spain's transfer window closes on Sept. 2. The club pursued Manchester United's Paul Pogba before the Premier League transfer window closed last week, but failed to reach a deal.