Perez sees Neymar as the club’s long time successor to Cristiano Ronaldo, who turns 33 next February the same day the Brazilian turn 26.
Neymar’s buyout clause at PSG in his first season is £177million, it rises to £195m in his second year before settling at £221m thereafter.
Los Blancos, in the best-case scenario, reportedly hope for a return of £71m for Bale, £53m for Benzema, £44m for Rodriguez — currently on loan at Bayern Munich — and the same for Varane.
Should the La Liga giants receive their top estimations, they would have £212m at their disposal — almost enough to buyout Neymar’s second-year clause.
Bale is a target for Manchester United while Rodriguez could opt to make his stay in Munich permanent.