Rivaldo reveals why Neymar must leave PSG

Ruben Holloway
April 24, 2018

The Brazilian, who is now injured and faces a race for fitness before this summer's World Cup in Russian Federation, is also thought to be a summer target for Premier League duo Manchester United and Manchester City.

One of the finest ever footballers to come from Brazil has made a major claim about Neymar and the possibility of him joining Real Madrid.

"I believe that if he stays at PSG he will not become the best in the world", Rivaldo was quoted as saying by Globo Esporte on Sunday. He has to leave PSG.

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"If you're going to analyse, there's England, Spain, Italy, Germany - all different - but I'm talking about competitive football". But I believe that, from what I hear, from people who bring information to me, he has a chance to play for Real Madrid. For him to be the best in the world he has to play in Spain.

Although he has performed well in his debut season at Parc des Princes, the notable lack of competition in French football means he is unlikely to contest for the Ballon d'Or that he so desperately wants.

File image of Brazil's Neymar. To Barcelona Neymar will not return. His situation was very hard there. Furthermore, the PSG superstar has been linked with many clubs and including Real Madrid and Manchester United.

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Neymar has had an up-and-down experience at PSG, since he was signed from Barcelona for a record 222 million euros ($264 million) previous year, making him the world's most expensive player.

But Rivaldo feels it was a mistake to leave LaLiga and claims a move to Real Madrid is needed in order to reach the level required to finally break the dominance held by Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo over the past decade.

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