Can Neymar End Up at Real Madrid?

Can Neymar End Up at Real Madrid?


Neymar dressed with the white t-shirt? Why not? This is what many Real Madrid supporters are thinking right now and also some players. The Brazilian is not happy in Paris and he’s letting this know to his friends, including some Real Madrid players. Perhaps this is the moment for Florentino Pérez to sign a new Galáctico, after the disappointment of the signing of Kylian Mbappé.

Can a Barcelona star play for Real Madrid? Yes, they can. After Luis Figo, perhaps Neymar is the next Galáctico to play for Los Blancos after FC Barcelona, with a step of one year in Paris. Neymar is not happy. Apparently, he doesn’t speak with Unay Emery because he is tired of the video sessions prepared by the Spanish coach. Besides, we have the issues with the penalty kicks with Edinson Cavani.

The city is not helping. Neymar doesn’t like Paris as much as he liked Spain. He is Brazilian and he loves to enjoy the evenings and have fun every now and then. Paris is more a serious city, whereas Barcelona and Madrid enjoy the sunshine and many clubs and restaurants. Neymar prefers the Spanish style of life.

Sergio Ramos welcomed this week the Brazilian player: “I like having the best and Neymar is one of them. Perhaps I see it easier coming from PSG first than from Barcelona to Madrid directly”, the captain opened the doors of the dressing room to Ney.

Now Neymar is focused with his national team. In Brazil he has gathered with Marcelo and Casemiro. The left back is a close friend and he knows Neymar situation with PSG. Marcelo told Real Madrid of the possibility of signing Neymar, according to The Guardian.

Florentino Pérez tried very hard to sign Neymar when he was playing for Santos. However, he discarded the deal because it was too expensive and FC Barcelona finally agreed a strange deal. Some months later, the deal was investigated because of fraud. Now Florentino has the option to sign him at the top of his career. It would be the perfect replacement for Gareth Bale or Karim Benzema. Can we see together Cristiano Ronaldo and Neymar next year at Bernabéu?