Brazil soccer star Neymar

World-class soccer player Neymar leads the Brazil team at the Olympics.

The Liverpool midfielder claimed his ninth assist of the Champions League campaign on Tuesday - and his reaction to it was priceless!
Milner breaks Neymar & Rooney assists record & then issues hilarious response!
The Liverpool midfielder claimed his ninth assist of the Champions League campaign on Tuesday - and his reaction to it was priceless!
After a performance which Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo would have been proud to look back upon the question can be asked: is Mohamed Salah moving into a sphere in which he can be discussed as their possible successor? Is the Liverpool forward already a genuine Ballon d’Or contender? Ronaldo is 33; Messi is 30. Salah is, at 25, coming into his prime years. It had long been assumed that Neymar, at 26, would eventually be taking the mantle as the world’s best player and part of the Brazilian’s motivation for his world-record move to Paris St-Germain was to step away from Messi; to be number one in his own right. He still has a lot of work to do. Salah’s season has changed the debate. It has been Messi or Ronaldo since Kaka won the Ballon d’Or in 2007. Ronaldo was second that year, Messi third. Since then the pair have been either first or second – apart from 2010 when Andrés Iniesta was runner-up to Messi – winning it 10 times between them (five times each). No player from an English club has even made the final three since Ronaldo won it in 2008 while still at Manchester United. Before that Thierry Henry was runner-up with Arsenal in 2006 and Frank Lampard finished second in 2005 and Steven Gerrard third in the same year. Liverpool won the Champions League that year, of course, and now Salah has taken them to the brink of another final with his unforgettable display against his former club Roma, when he became the first player to score twice and, selflessly, provide two assists in a semi-final of the competition. Salah is outscoring Messi and is on course to re-write the Premier League record books The comparison with Gerrard is a worthy one, and that comparison stretches back even further to Kenny Dalglish: two brilliant individuals within the collective. Salah is moving into that company, he is earning that status, and it goes way beyond the numbers as he collected goals number 42 and 43 (in 47 matches) at Anfield on Tuesday night. There can be no doubt that should Liverpool win the Champions League again then Salah will at least be on that Ballon d’Or shortlist. After that it is a question of whether what he has done can dislodge the huge global block votes that Messi and Ronaldo enjoy year-after-year and, in fairness, should Ronaldo propel Real Madrid to yet another Champions League triumph of their own then he would be the favourite. Going into the semi-final against Bayern Munich it must also be remembered that Ronaldo has 42 goals – one fewer than Salah – but in 39 games. It is not just about the numbers and the trophies, though. I voted for David Silva for the Football Writers’ Footballer of the Year award and did so because of his enduring brilliance, how he is the oil in the machine of this magnificent Manchester City side, but I was wrong. The award should go – and will no doubt go – to Salah who has already won the Professional Footballers’ Association’s award. He has surged way beyond what any other player in England has achieved and has that aura about him that only the very best can create. liverpool roma grid The Ballon d’Or criteria was changed in 2016 with Fifa breaking away to award its own world player of the year prize but still covers “on-field performance and overall behaviour on and off the pitch” and Salah is a strong candidate to fulfil those points. His behaviour has been impeccable. There is another dimension to Salah, the African Player of the Year, and that is what he means to Egypt where he is such an iconic role model and who he will lead to the World Cup. In a group with hosts Russia, Uruguay and Saudi Arabia it is certainly possible to see them progressing to the last-16 which would enhance his status even more. Salah’s two goals against Roma were wonderful. The second, a trademark dink after a surging run, but the first was just perfect as his curling shot kissed the cross-bar on its way into the goal. A perfect goal in a perfect season for Salah.
Mohamed Salah's perfect season makes the Liverpool forward a genuine Ballon d’Or contender
After a performance which Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo would have been proud to look back upon the question can be asked: is Mohamed Salah moving into a sphere in which he can be discussed as their possible successor? Is the Liverpool forward already a genuine Ballon d’Or contender? Ronaldo is 33; Messi is 30. Salah is, at 25, coming into his prime years. It had long been assumed that Neymar, at 26, would eventually be taking the mantle as the world’s best player and part of the Brazilian’s motivation for his world-record move to Paris St-Germain was to step away from Messi; to be number one in his own right. He still has a lot of work to do. Salah’s season has changed the debate. It has been Messi or Ronaldo since Kaka won the Ballon d’Or in 2007. Ronaldo was second that year, Messi third. Since then the pair have been either first or second – apart from 2010 when Andrés Iniesta was runner-up to Messi – winning it 10 times between them (five times each). No player from an English club has even made the final three since Ronaldo won it in 2008 while still at Manchester United. Before that Thierry Henry was runner-up with Arsenal in 2006 and Frank Lampard finished second in 2005 and Steven Gerrard third in the same year. Liverpool won the Champions League that year, of course, and now Salah has taken them to the brink of another final with his unforgettable display against his former club Roma, when he became the first player to score twice and, selflessly, provide two assists in a semi-final of the competition. Salah is outscoring Messi and is on course to re-write the Premier League record books The comparison with Gerrard is a worthy one, and that comparison stretches back even further to Kenny Dalglish: two brilliant individuals within the collective. Salah is moving into that company, he is earning that status, and it goes way beyond the numbers as he collected goals number 42 and 43 (in 47 matches) at Anfield on Tuesday night. There can be no doubt that should Liverpool win the Champions League again then Salah will at least be on that Ballon d’Or shortlist. After that it is a question of whether what he has done can dislodge the huge global block votes that Messi and Ronaldo enjoy year-after-year and, in fairness, should Ronaldo propel Real Madrid to yet another Champions League triumph of their own then he would be the favourite. Going into the semi-final against Bayern Munich it must also be remembered that Ronaldo has 42 goals – one fewer than Salah – but in 39 games. It is not just about the numbers and the trophies, though. I voted for David Silva for the Football Writers’ Footballer of the Year award and did so because of his enduring brilliance, how he is the oil in the machine of this magnificent Manchester City side, but I was wrong. The award should go – and will no doubt go – to Salah who has already won the Professional Footballers’ Association’s award. He has surged way beyond what any other player in England has achieved and has that aura about him that only the very best can create. liverpool roma grid The Ballon d’Or criteria was changed in 2016 with Fifa breaking away to award its own world player of the year prize but still covers “on-field performance and overall behaviour on and off the pitch” and Salah is a strong candidate to fulfil those points. His behaviour has been impeccable. There is another dimension to Salah, the African Player of the Year, and that is what he means to Egypt where he is such an iconic role model and who he will lead to the World Cup. In a group with hosts Russia, Uruguay and Saudi Arabia it is certainly possible to see them progressing to the last-16 which would enhance his status even more. Salah’s two goals against Roma were wonderful. The second, a trademark dink after a surging run, but the first was just perfect as his curling shot kissed the cross-bar on its way into the goal. A perfect goal in a perfect season for Salah.
Jurgen Klopp acclaimed the 'genius' of Mohamed Salah as Liverpool took a major step towards the Champions League final, but warned Roma have already proved their reputation as comeback masters. Liverpool seemed to be heading to Kiev when leading 5-0 after 81 minutes of a pulsating first leg at Anfield, Salah scoring two and creating two of the five goals. But two late strikes from Edin Dzeko and Diego Perotti revived the Italians’ hopes, with their manager Eusebio Di Francesco claiming his team needed ‘belief rather than a miracle’ in next week’s return game at Stadio Olimpico. Roma overturned the same three-goal deficit to knock out Barcelona in the quarter-final. Klopp said he felt flat after the final whistle, not because of the performance or late lapses but due to a serious knee injury to Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain which appears to have ended his season and probably his World Cup hopes. liverpool roma grid There was the usual appreciation for Salah’s extraordinary skills, however. “In that shape he is outstanding,” said Klopp. “The way we played the first 15 minutes we had to adapt a bit, and then we played how we played and he has a massive impact on that. “The first goal is a genius strike. He has scored a few like this. It is no coincidence. In the second goal he is cool in the moment and then makes the other two goals. “What a player. If you think he is the best in the world, write it or say it. What I will say is he is in outstandingly, world-class shape. To be the best in the world you have to do it for a longer period, I think. The other two (Messi and Ronaldo) are not bad. Salah chose not to celebrate his goals against former club Roma Credit: GETTY IMAGES “If anyone wants to say it was my mistake we conceded two goal because I changed the striker I have no problem with that.” Italian reporters asked Klopp whether the result would have been reversed if Salah was still a Roma player. “If, if, if,” he said. “If Neymar does not go to PSG we would still have Philippe Coutinho. “We hoped Mo would have that impact. He is playing a season which is not normal. We try to help him. It is a team game but you need the players to make the decisive things and he is very good at making decisive things, so we are very glad that we could get him.” Liverpool vs Roma player ratings Oxlade-Chamberlain’s injury on 15 minutes soured the occasion, Klopp fearing the worst. “The medical department is concerned without a scan. It does not look good,” said Klopp. “I hope it only feels bad. We will see. I am not flying mood wise. We lost a fantastic player and that is not good news so I am not in the mood to talk about about fantastic things. We will go there and play as well as we can. It seems Liverpool always has to take the more difficult way. “Now we have to work again in Rome, that is no problem. We would have had to work if we won 5-0. Roma would have tried everything anyway. Roma need to score goals against us and as I said a few times, we are not Barcelona. Barcelona is one of the two or three best teams in the world and they won so many things in the last few years and we didn’t, so we will fight with all we have for that result. It is a much better result than we expected.” Roma v Liverpool Di Francesco said if any of his players did not believe they could complete another comeback, he would not select them. Klopp responded: “If one of my players does not think Roma can come back, he will not play. Although I do not have many players to choose. “The atmosphere tonight was absolutely outstanding. I say to everyone with a ticket we need the same at 12.30pm [on Saturday] against Stoke.” Liverpool v Roma - Champions League semi-final 1st leg
Jurgen Klopp hails 'genius' Mohamed Salah, but laments Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain's serious knee injury
Jurgen Klopp acclaimed the 'genius' of Mohamed Salah as Liverpool took a major step towards the Champions League final, but warned Roma have already proved their reputation as comeback masters. Liverpool seemed to be heading to Kiev when leading 5-0 after 81 minutes of a pulsating first leg at Anfield, Salah scoring two and creating two of the five goals. But two late strikes from Edin Dzeko and Diego Perotti revived the Italians’ hopes, with their manager Eusebio Di Francesco claiming his team needed ‘belief rather than a miracle’ in next week’s return game at Stadio Olimpico. Roma overturned the same three-goal deficit to knock out Barcelona in the quarter-final. Klopp said he felt flat after the final whistle, not because of the performance or late lapses but due to a serious knee injury to Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain which appears to have ended his season and probably his World Cup hopes. liverpool roma grid There was the usual appreciation for Salah’s extraordinary skills, however. “In that shape he is outstanding,” said Klopp. “The way we played the first 15 minutes we had to adapt a bit, and then we played how we played and he has a massive impact on that. “The first goal is a genius strike. He has scored a few like this. It is no coincidence. In the second goal he is cool in the moment and then makes the other two goals. “What a player. If you think he is the best in the world, write it or say it. What I will say is he is in outstandingly, world-class shape. To be the best in the world you have to do it for a longer period, I think. The other two (Messi and Ronaldo) are not bad. Salah chose not to celebrate his goals against former club Roma Credit: GETTY IMAGES “If anyone wants to say it was my mistake we conceded two goal because I changed the striker I have no problem with that.” Italian reporters asked Klopp whether the result would have been reversed if Salah was still a Roma player. “If, if, if,” he said. “If Neymar does not go to PSG we would still have Philippe Coutinho. “We hoped Mo would have that impact. He is playing a season which is not normal. We try to help him. It is a team game but you need the players to make the decisive things and he is very good at making decisive things, so we are very glad that we could get him.” Liverpool vs Roma player ratings Oxlade-Chamberlain’s injury on 15 minutes soured the occasion, Klopp fearing the worst. “The medical department is concerned without a scan. It does not look good,” said Klopp. “I hope it only feels bad. We will see. I am not flying mood wise. We lost a fantastic player and that is not good news so I am not in the mood to talk about about fantastic things. We will go there and play as well as we can. It seems Liverpool always has to take the more difficult way. “Now we have to work again in Rome, that is no problem. We would have had to work if we won 5-0. Roma would have tried everything anyway. Roma need to score goals against us and as I said a few times, we are not Barcelona. Barcelona is one of the two or three best teams in the world and they won so many things in the last few years and we didn’t, so we will fight with all we have for that result. It is a much better result than we expected.” Roma v Liverpool Di Francesco said if any of his players did not believe they could complete another comeback, he would not select them. Klopp responded: “If one of my players does not think Roma can come back, he will not play. Although I do not have many players to choose. “The atmosphere tonight was absolutely outstanding. I say to everyone with a ticket we need the same at 12.30pm [on Saturday] against Stoke.” Liverpool v Roma - Champions League semi-final 1st leg
Jurgen Klopp acclaimed the 'genius' of Mohamed Salah as Liverpool took a major step towards the Champions League final, but warned Roma have already proved their reputation as comeback masters. Liverpool seemed to be heading to Kiev when leading 5-0 after 81 minutes of a pulsating first leg at Anfield, Salah scoring two and creating two of the five goals. But two late strikes from Edin Dzeko and Diego Perotti revived the Italians’ hopes, with their manager Eusebio Di Francesco claiming his team needed ‘belief rather than a miracle’ in next week’s return game at Stadio Olimpico. Roma overturned the same three-goal deficit to knock out Barcelona in the quarter-final. Klopp said he felt flat after the final whistle, not because of the performance or late lapses but due to a serious knee injury to Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain which appears to have ended his season and probably his World Cup hopes. liverpool roma grid There was the usual appreciation for Salah’s extraordinary skills, however. “In that shape he is outstanding,” said Klopp. “The way we played the first 15 minutes we had to adapt a bit, and then we played how we played and he has a massive impact on that. “The first goal is a genius strike. He has scored a few like this. It is no coincidence. In the second goal he is cool in the moment and then makes the other two goals. “What a player. If you think he is the best in the world, write it or say it. What I will say is he is in outstandingly, world-class shape. To be the best in the world you have to do it for a longer period, I think. The other two (Messi and Ronaldo) are not bad. Salah chose not to celebrate his goals against former club Roma Credit: GETTY IMAGES “If anyone wants to say it was my mistake we conceded two goal because I changed the striker I have no problem with that.” Italian reporters asked Klopp whether the result would have been reversed if Salah was still a Roma player. “If, if, if,” he said. “If Neymar does not go to PSG we would still have Philippe Coutinho. “We hoped Mo would have that impact. He is playing a season which is not normal. We try to help him. It is a team game but you need the players to make the decisive things and he is very good at making decisive things, so we are very glad that we could get him.” Liverpool vs Roma player ratings Oxlade-Chamberlain’s injury on 15 minutes soured the occasion, Klopp fearing the worst. “The medical department is concerned without a scan. It does not look good,” said Klopp. “I hope it only feels bad. We will see. I am not flying mood wise. We lost a fantastic player and that is not good news so I am not in the mood to talk about about fantastic things. We will go there and play as well as we can. It seems Liverpool always has to take the more difficult way. “Now we have to work again in Rome, that is no problem. We would have had to work if we won 5-0. Roma would have tried everything anyway. Roma need to score goals against us and as I said a few times, we are not Barcelona. Barcelona is one of the two or three best teams in the world and they won so many things in the last few years and we didn’t, so we will fight with all we have for that result. It is a much better result than we expected.” Roma v Liverpool Di Francesco said if any of his players did not believe they could complete another comeback, he would not select them. Klopp responded: “If one of my players does not think Roma can come back, he will not play. Although I do not have many players to choose. “The atmosphere tonight was absolutely outstanding. I say to everyone with a ticket we need the same at 12.30pm [on Saturday] against Stoke.” Liverpool v Roma - Champions League semi-final 1st leg
Jurgen Klopp hails 'genius' Mohamed Salah, but laments Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain's serious knee injury
Jurgen Klopp acclaimed the 'genius' of Mohamed Salah as Liverpool took a major step towards the Champions League final, but warned Roma have already proved their reputation as comeback masters. Liverpool seemed to be heading to Kiev when leading 5-0 after 81 minutes of a pulsating first leg at Anfield, Salah scoring two and creating two of the five goals. But two late strikes from Edin Dzeko and Diego Perotti revived the Italians’ hopes, with their manager Eusebio Di Francesco claiming his team needed ‘belief rather than a miracle’ in next week’s return game at Stadio Olimpico. Roma overturned the same three-goal deficit to knock out Barcelona in the quarter-final. Klopp said he felt flat after the final whistle, not because of the performance or late lapses but due to a serious knee injury to Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain which appears to have ended his season and probably his World Cup hopes. liverpool roma grid There was the usual appreciation for Salah’s extraordinary skills, however. “In that shape he is outstanding,” said Klopp. “The way we played the first 15 minutes we had to adapt a bit, and then we played how we played and he has a massive impact on that. “The first goal is a genius strike. He has scored a few like this. It is no coincidence. In the second goal he is cool in the moment and then makes the other two goals. “What a player. If you think he is the best in the world, write it or say it. What I will say is he is in outstandingly, world-class shape. To be the best in the world you have to do it for a longer period, I think. The other two (Messi and Ronaldo) are not bad. Salah chose not to celebrate his goals against former club Roma Credit: GETTY IMAGES “If anyone wants to say it was my mistake we conceded two goal because I changed the striker I have no problem with that.” Italian reporters asked Klopp whether the result would have been reversed if Salah was still a Roma player. “If, if, if,” he said. “If Neymar does not go to PSG we would still have Philippe Coutinho. “We hoped Mo would have that impact. He is playing a season which is not normal. We try to help him. It is a team game but you need the players to make the decisive things and he is very good at making decisive things, so we are very glad that we could get him.” Liverpool vs Roma player ratings Oxlade-Chamberlain’s injury on 15 minutes soured the occasion, Klopp fearing the worst. “The medical department is concerned without a scan. It does not look good,” said Klopp. “I hope it only feels bad. We will see. I am not flying mood wise. We lost a fantastic player and that is not good news so I am not in the mood to talk about about fantastic things. We will go there and play as well as we can. It seems Liverpool always has to take the more difficult way. “Now we have to work again in Rome, that is no problem. We would have had to work if we won 5-0. Roma would have tried everything anyway. Roma need to score goals against us and as I said a few times, we are not Barcelona. Barcelona is one of the two or three best teams in the world and they won so many things in the last few years and we didn’t, so we will fight with all we have for that result. It is a much better result than we expected.” Roma v Liverpool Di Francesco said if any of his players did not believe they could complete another comeback, he would not select them. Klopp responded: “If one of my players does not think Roma can come back, he will not play. Although I do not have many players to choose. “The atmosphere tonight was absolutely outstanding. I say to everyone with a ticket we need the same at 12.30pm [on Saturday] against Stoke.” Liverpool v Roma - Champions League semi-final 1st leg
The former Brazil star feels that his compatriot can't become the best player in the world as long as he stays at Paris Saint-Germain
Neymar must join Real Madrid to become the best - Rivaldo
The former Brazil star feels that his compatriot can't become the best player in the world as long as he stays at Paris Saint-Germain
Rivaldo feels that Neymar cannot be labelled the best player in the world as long as he stays at Paris Saint-Germain.
Neymar must join Real Madrid to become the best - Rivaldo
Rivaldo feels that Neymar cannot be labelled the best player in the world as long as he stays at Paris Saint-Germain.
Brazil's Rivaldo, pictured in 2017, said that "to become the best in the world" his compatriot Neymar should leave for Spain (AFP Photo/OLLY GREENWOOD)
Brazil's Rivaldo, pictured in 2017, said that "to become the best in the world" his compatriot Neymar should leave for Spain
Brazil's Rivaldo, pictured in 2017, said that "to become the best in the world" his compatriot Neymar should leave for Spain (AFP Photo/OLLY GREENWOOD)
Neymar is expected to head back to Paris in mid May to join PSG's end of season celebrations (AFP Photo/Nelson ALMEIDA)
Neymar is expected to head back to Paris in mid May to join PSG's end of season celebrations
Neymar is expected to head back to Paris in mid May to join PSG's end of season celebrations (AFP Photo/Nelson ALMEIDA)
The Brazilian star has taken another step - quite literally - back towards fitness as he closes in on a return
Neymar walking without crutches
The Brazilian star has taken another step - quite literally - back towards fitness as he closes in on a return
Paris Saint-Germain fans are unlikely to see Neymar in action for them again this season, but he is at least now walking without support.
Neymar walking without crutches
Paris Saint-Germain fans are unlikely to see Neymar in action for them again this season, but he is at least now walking without support.
Florian Thauvin has scored a career-best 19 league goals this season, as many as Neymar at PSG (AFP Photo/ANNE-CHRISTINE POUJOULAT)
Florian Thauvin has scored a career-best 19 league goals this season, as many as Neymar at PSG
Florian Thauvin has scored a career-best 19 league goals this season, as many as Neymar at PSG (AFP Photo/ANNE-CHRISTINE POUJOULAT)
The Brazil legend hopes Neymar gets fit for the World Cup to give his country a boost
Ronaldinho rooting for Neymar recovery to lift Brazil
The Brazil legend hopes Neymar gets fit for the World Cup to give his country a boost
The Brazil legend hopes Neymar gets fit for the World Cup to give his country a boost
Ronaldinho rooting for Neymar recovery to lift Brazil
The Brazil legend hopes Neymar gets fit for the World Cup to give his country a boost
The Brazil legend hopes Neymar gets fit for the World Cup to give his country a boost
Ronaldinho rooting for Neymar recovery to lift Brazil
The Brazil legend hopes Neymar gets fit for the World Cup to give his country a boost
The French Professional League has confirmed release clauses are not permitted in players’ contracts after rumours circulated about the Brazilian
LFP denies existence of €300m Neymar release clause
The French Professional League has confirmed release clauses are not permitted in players’ contracts after rumours circulated about the Brazilian
Neymar at a promotional event in Sao Paulo this week - the PSG star is still in his native Brazil as he recovers from a foot operation last month (AFP Photo/Nelson ALMEIDA)
Neymar at a promotional event in Sao Paulo this week - the PSG star is still in his native Brazil as he recovers from a foot operation last month
Neymar at a promotional event in Sao Paulo this week - the PSG star is still in his native Brazil as he recovers from a foot operation last month (AFP Photo/Nelson ALMEIDA)
Mohamed Salah could carry his swashbuckling Premier League form into the World Cup, according to Brazil superstar Neymar.
Neymar names players to watch at World Cup
Mohamed Salah could carry his swashbuckling Premier League form into the World Cup, according to Brazil superstar Neymar.
The Brazil forward is tipping star turns for Egypt, Belgium and Uruguay to star alongside a few of his international team-mates in Russia this summer
Neymar puts Salah, Coutinho & Hazard in World Cup bracket just below Messi & Ronaldo
The Brazil forward is tipping star turns for Egypt, Belgium and Uruguay to star alongside a few of his international team-mates in Russia this summer
The Brazil forward is tipping star turns for Egypt, Belgium and Uruguay to star alongside a few of his international team-mates in Russia this summer
Neymar puts Salah, Coutinho & Hazard in World Cup bracket just below Messi & Ronaldo
The Brazil forward is tipping star turns for Egypt, Belgium and Uruguay to star alongside a few of his international team-mates in Russia this summer
The Brazil forward is tipping star turns for Egypt, Belgium and Uruguay to star alongside a few of his international team-mates in Russia this summer
Neymar puts Salah, Coutinho & Hazard in World Cup bracket just below Messi & Ronaldo
The Brazil forward is tipping star turns for Egypt, Belgium and Uruguay to star alongside a few of his international team-mates in Russia this summer
A Lamborghini was involved in Neymar's fifth challenge in a series against his closest friends.
Superstar and supercar - Neymar's latest challenge with friends
A Lamborghini was involved in Neymar's fifth challenge in a series against his closest friends.
A Lamborghini was involved in Neymar's fifth challenge in a series against his closest friends.
Superstar and supercar - Neymar's latest challenge with friends
A Lamborghini was involved in Neymar's fifth challenge in a series against his closest friends.
A Lamborghini was involved in Neymar's fifth challenge in a series against his closest friends.
Superstar and supercar - Neymar's latest challenge with friends
A Lamborghini was involved in Neymar's fifth challenge in a series against his closest friends.
Paris Saint-Germain head coach Unai Emery has admitted he has no idea when Neymar will be back to full fitness.
SOCIAL: Football: Emery unsure on when Neymar will be back
Paris Saint-Germain head coach Unai Emery has admitted he has no idea when Neymar will be back to full fitness.
Paris Saint-Germain head coach Unai Emery has admitted he has no idea when Neymar will be back to full fitness.
SOCIAL: Football: Emery unsure on when Neymar will be back
Paris Saint-Germain head coach Unai Emery has admitted he has no idea when Neymar will be back to full fitness.
Paris Saint-Germain head coach Unai Emery has admitted he has no idea when Neymar will be back to full fitness.
SOCIAL: Football: Emery unsure on when Neymar will be back
Paris Saint-Germain head coach Unai Emery has admitted he has no idea when Neymar will be back to full fitness.
The 25-year-old has indicated that he hopes to return to action in the middle of May, but his coach is not nailing anything down
Neymar injury return date still unknown - Emery
The 25-year-old has indicated that he hopes to return to action in the middle of May, but his coach is not nailing anything down
When will injured Paris Saint-Germain forward Neymar return from foot surgery? Unai Emery is not so sure.
Emery unsure when PSG star Neymar will return
When will injured Paris Saint-Germain forward Neymar return from foot surgery? Unai Emery is not so sure.
Unai Emery can't set a firm date for Neymar's return after PSG beat Caen
Emery unsure over Neymar return date
Unai Emery can't set a firm date for Neymar's return after PSG beat Caen
Unai Emery can't set a firm date for Neymar's return after PSG beat Caen
Emery unsure over Neymar return date
Unai Emery can't set a firm date for Neymar's return after PSG beat Caen
Unai Emery can't set a firm date for Neymar's return after PSG beat Caen
Emery unsure over Neymar return date
Unai Emery can't set a firm date for Neymar's return after PSG beat Caen
The former Brazil international has backed the PSG star to inspire his country at this year's tournament in Russia, after suffering an injury in 2014
Neymar will be a World Cup great, says Serginho
The former Brazil international has backed the PSG star to inspire his country at this year's tournament in Russia, after suffering an injury in 2014
Neymar was injured when Brazil crashed out of the World Cup semi-finals four years ago, but Serginho hopes he can inspire them in 2018.
Neymar will be a World Cup great, says Serginho
Neymar was injured when Brazil crashed out of the World Cup semi-finals four years ago, but Serginho hopes he can inspire them in 2018.
Brazil superstar Neymar is confident that he will be able to join the Selecao on the field for the World Cup 2018 in Russia.
Neymar hopeful of fitness for Brazil World Cup bid
Brazil superstar Neymar is confident that he will be able to join the Selecao on the field for the World Cup 2018 in Russia.
Brazil superstar Neymar is confident that he will be able to join the Selecao on the field for the World Cup 2018 in Russia.
Neymar hopeful of fitness for Brazil World Cup bid
Brazil superstar Neymar is confident that he will be able to join the Selecao on the field for the World Cup 2018 in Russia.
Brazil superstar Neymar is confident that he will be able to join the Selecao on the field for the World Cup 2018 in Russia.
Neymar hopeful of fitness for Brazil World Cup bid
Brazil superstar Neymar is confident that he will be able to join the Selecao on the field for the World Cup 2018 in Russia.
Neymar confident of being in 'great shape' at the World Cup after foot injury
Neymar confident of being in 'great shape' at the World Cup after foot injury
Neymar confident of being in 'great shape' at the World Cup after foot injury

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