Neymar and Ronaldo would get along very well - Casemiro


Casemiro doesn't share quite the same absolute certainty, but is ready to welcome Neymar to the club and believes there wouldn't be any friction with Ronaldo - one of the reported reasons he left Barcelona was to escape the shadow of Lionel Messi.

But it remains to be seen if Los Blancos will launch a bid for the services of the former FC Barcelona forward before the 2018 FIFA World Cup or play a patient waiting game in the off-season.

Paris Saint-Germain manager Unai Emery was also bombarded with questions about Neymar ahead at a press conference on Friday of the Ligue 1 holders' match against Nice.

The 26-year-old Brazilian is said to be now earning massive sum of £537,000-per-week at Paris-Saint-Germain. He knows that Madrid's doors are always open.

A productive first season in France came to a halt when Neymar sustained a fractured metatarsal and sprained ankle in their league win over Marseille last month.

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"He would get along very well with Cristiano; hopefully he comes this year".

Since his move to the Paris based club, the Brazilian has been the topic of many conversations regarding his controversies on both, on and off the field.

The newspaper says that the Brazilian has put that as a condition for his staying, compared to the offers he received from great teams such as Real Madrid.

"A player with this talent".

"For me, Cristiano is the best player in the world". However, the Spaniard admitted that they were both extremely good but was also clear about his choice: "It's hard. but I would sign Neymar".