Barcelona defender Gerard Pique has revealed that players at the club were willing to have their contracts adjusted if it could help bring Neymar back to the club.
The Brazilian ace was the subject of a failed bid from the Catalan side in the summer, finally remaining with Paris Saint-Germain.
Speaking to Cadena SER, Pique revealed that tthey understood the move would have some financial issues, and were willing to have their contacts reviewed.
"We didn't offer money," Pique said. "What we put forward to the president was to adjust our contracts, because we knew there was an issue with Financial Fair Play,"
"In the end, we want to go hand in hand with the club and if we can help the club, we had no problem,"
"More than reducing our salary, it was looking for a formula. At that moment they liked the idea, but then there were other problems."
It is still unclear whether Barcelona will make another attempt to re-sign their former star, with some reports suggesting they will instead go for his teammate Kylian Mbappe.
Pique, however, says anything is possible in soccer, and he could make the switch if conditions were favorable.
"In football, anything can happen and as the years go by, that shows even more. We said to him: 'you're going to a golden prison'. But in football, it can happen and the door is open for him,"