Barcelona have given Paris Saint-Germain an ultimatum, over their world-record move for Neymar, telling the Ligue I club to pay up and he can go.
The French giants are reported to have agreed a five-year deal for the Brazilian superstar, but have yet to agree a fee for his signature.
Barcelona president, Josep Bartomeu, has made it clear the club will not change their valuation and has told PSG to pay up or end their interest.
Speaking to ESPN in Miami, he said: “We want Neymar to stay, but there are clauses. If he wants to leave, (the club need to) pay and leave.
“They have to pay the clause, to the last peseta. UEFA has fair play controls and if any club exceeds them, they will be sanctioned.
Neymar has a £197million buy-out clause in his contract, but it is believed PSG want to pay less than that figure.