Brazil legend Rivaldo advises Neymar to leave Paris Saint-Germain

Brazil legend Rivaldo advises Neymar to leave Paris Saint-Germain

Brazil legend Rivaldo advises Neymar to leave Paris Saint-Germain

And Rivaldo thinks that Neymar would be better off joining Los Blancos if he wants to be a future Ballon d'Or victor. "I'm talking about football, about competition", the 2002 World Cup victor, who played for Barcelona from 1997 to 2002, added.

'I have even told [Neymar] he could be the best in the world, ' Rivaldo told GloboEsporte.com.

The 26-year-old would do his Ballon d'Or chances no harm by emulating Rivaldo by claiming the World Cup in Russian Federation this summer. "I think he'll do it, I think he'll be in good shape", explained the 38-year-old.

"He needs to leave PSG". In football, to be the best, you have to play in Spain.

"Barcelona, in his situation, is hard".

Moreover, Neymar's quest for world domination is still a long shot considering Cristiano Ronaldo's form and Lionel Messi's performances in recent weeks.

Despite having only joined PSG in 2017 and enjoying a fruitful debut season, the Brazilian has been heavily linked with a move away from the Parc des Princes.

"Ruling out Barcelona because of what happened there, and according to the information that I've heard from close people, I think he has a chance of going to Real Madrid, given all I have heard recently". "I think he'll do his job well and help Brazil win the World Cup, that's what I hope, that's what all Brazil hopes".

The world's most expensive player suffered the injury in action for PSG on February 25 when they beat Marseille 3-0, the former Barcelona forward given a recovery timeline of three months after then undergoing surgery.

Were Neymar to actually make the move to Madrid he would enrage all associated with Barcelona with whom he won the Champions League and two La Liga titles.

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