Brazil soccer star Neymar

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

Report: Philippe Coutinho Priority Target for PSG

Paris Saint-Germain are preparing a shock move for key Barcelona target and Liverpool man Philippe Coutinho, with the French club making the Brazilian their priority this summer, according to reliable Telefoot journalist Julien Maynard.

The 25-year-old has been linked with a switch to the Camp Nou since the departure of Neymar to PSG from Barca earlier this year, with the Catalonians tabling a number of offers well north of of £100m in the aftermath of the world's most expensive player's departure.

However, during the most recent transfer window the Reds stood strong on their not for sale stance, and Ernesto Valverde's outfit are tipped to come in again for the midfield maestro come January.

However, they may want to get things sewn up over the winter as there is now reported interest that Ligue 1 giants Paris Saint-Germain have joined the race for Coutinho, with an eye to capture the playmaker at the end of this season.

According to French journalist Julien Maynard, the big summer spenders have made the attacker their priority target after the curtain has been drawn on this campaign, with current Parisian defender and fellow Brazilian Thiago Silva attempting to convince his national teammate to choose France over Spain.

But whether those tactics will work remains to be seen, with the Liverpool man reportedly still preferring a switch to Catalonia over any other option.

In addition, the side who recently obliterated the world's biggest transfer fee, over doubling the €105m (£94m) paid by Manchester United to land Paul Pogba from Juventus last year in capturing Neymar for €222 (£200m), will have to sell to buy in order to adhere to the financial fair play regulations.

"Philippe Coutinho is the priority of Paris Saint-Germain for next summer", the Telefoot journalist tweeted.

"Thiago Silva tries to convince his teammate in Selecao to join Paris, but the Liverpool player is more attracted to Barcelona. And the PSG will have to sell first."

But Barcelona will now be wary of other interest in their number one transfer target, and know if they are not willing to stump up the cash, a reported £130m, to land Coutinho, PSG have the financial firepower to do so, and can do so with ease.

Neymar will take PSG's next penalty - Cavani

The penalty situation at Paris Saint-German has been resolved, according to Edinson Cavani, who scored twice against Nantes on Saturday.

Cavani scores twice as league leader PSG routs Nantes 4-1

PSG's Neymar shoots the ball during his French League One soccer match between Paris-Saint-Germain and Nantes, at the Parc des Princes stadium in Paris, France, Saturday, Nov. 18, 2017. (AP Photo/Thibault Camus)

Cavani: Neymar will take PSG's penalties

The two clashed over the taking of a spot-kick earlier this season but it appears that no such conflict will be needed again

Cavani: Neymar will take PSG's penalties

The two clashed over the taking of a spot-kick earlier this season but it appears that no such conflict will be needed again

Cavani: Neymar will take PSG's penalties

The two clashed over the taking of a spot-kick earlier this season but it appears that no such conflict will be needed again

Cavani: Neymar will take PSG's penalties

The two clashed over the taking of a spot-kick earlier this season but it appears that no such conflict will be needed again

Cavani: Neymar will take PSG's penalties

The two clashed over the taking of a spot-kick earlier this season but it appears that no such conflict will be needed again

Cavani: Neymar will take PSG's penalties

The two clashed over the taking of a spot-kick earlier this season but it appears that no such conflict will be needed again

ISL641. Paris (France), 18/11/2017.- Paris Saint Germain striker Edinson Cavani (C), Paris Saint Germain midfielder Marco Veratti (L) and Paris Saint Germain striker Neymar Jr (R) reacts during the soccer ligue 1 match between Paris Saint Germain and FC Nantes in Paris, France, 18 November 2017. (Francia) EFE/EPA/IAN LANGSDON

ISL639. Paris (France), 18/11/2017.- Paris Saint Germain striker Edinson Cavani (L) and Paris Saint Germain striker Neymar Jr (R) react during the soccer ligue 1 match between Paris Saint Germain and FC Nantes in Paris, France, 18 November 2017. (Francia) EFE/EPA/IAN LANGSDON

ISL640. Paris (France), 18/11/2017.- Paris Saint Germain striker Edinson Cavani (C), Paris Saint Germain midfielder Marco Veratti (L) and Paris Saint Germain striker Neymar Jr (R) reacts during the soccer ligue 1 match between Paris Saint Germain and FC Nantes in Paris, France, 18 November 2017. (Francia) EFE/EPA/IAN LANGSDON

ISL637. Paris (France), 18/11/2017.- Paris Saint Germain striker Neymar Jr in action during the soccer ligue 1 match between Paris Saint Germain and FC Nantes in Paris, France, 18 November 2017. (Francia) EFE/EPA/IAN LANGSDON

ISL633. Paris (France), 18/11/2017.- Paris Saint Germain striker Neymar Jr during the soccer ligue 1 match between Paris Saint Germain and FC Nantes in Paris, France, 18 November 2017. (Francia) EFE/EPA/IAN LANGSDON

ISL631. Paris (France), 18/11/2017.- Paris Saint Germain striker Neymar Jr (L) in action against FC Nantes' Chidozie Awaziem (R) during the soccer ligue 1 match between Paris Saint Germain and FC Nantes in Paris, France, 18 November 2017. (Francia) EFE/EPA/IAN LANGSDON

ISL632. Paris (France), 18/11/2017.- Paris Saint Germain striker Neymar Jr (L) in action against FC Nantes' Chidozie Awaziem (R) during the soccer ligue 1 match between Paris Saint Germain and FC Nantes in Paris, France, 18 November 2017. (Francia) EFE/EPA/IAN LANGSDON

ISL627. Paris (France), 18/11/2017.- Paris Saint Germain striker Neymar Jr in actionduring the soccer ligue 1 match between Paris Saint Germain and FC Nantes in Paris, France, 18 November 2017. (Francia) EFE/EPA/IAN LANGSDON

ISL627. Paris (France), 18/11/2017.- Paris Saint Germain striker Neymar Jr (R) flanked by FC Nantes players during the soccer ligue 1 match between Paris Saint Germain and FC Nantes in Paris, France, 18 November 2017. (Francia) EFE/EPA/IAN LANGSDON

ISL627. Paris (France), 18/11/2017.- Paris Saint Germain striker Neymar Jr in action during the soccer ligue 1 match between Paris Saint Germain and FC Nantes in Paris, France, 18 November 2017. (Francia) EFE/EPA/IAN LANGSDON

ISL615. Paris (France), 18/11/2017.- Paris Saint Germain striker Neymar Jr (L) in action against FC Nantes' Chidozie Awaziem (R) during the soccer ligue 1 match between Paris Saint Germain and FC Nantes in Paris, France, 18 November 2017. (Francia) EFE/EPA/IAN LANGSDON

Kieran Tierney on his meteoric rise with Celtic and Scotland - and being dressing room DJ

He will be on the same field as Neymar, Kylian Mbappe and Edinson Cavani when Celtic face Paris St-Germain in their Champions League group stage tie on Wednesday night, but to see Kieran Tierney star-struck you had to be at the Queen’s Hall  in Edinburgh on Monday. The occasion was a solo acoustic gig by singer-songwriter Jake Bugg, after which he and Tierney got together to celebrate their mutual interests. In Bugg’s case, the topic of choice was football – the musician is this month’s shirt sponsor for Notts County, his local team – and Tierney presented him with a signed Celtic jersey. For Tierney, it was yet another in a fast-moving sequence of personal highlights. Only four days previously, he had captained Scotland at the age of 20 in the friendly against Holland at Pittodrie on only his ninth appearance for his county since his debut in March, 2016 at home to Denmark. During an international career which so far spans just 18 months, Tierney’s versatility has seen him moved from left-back to central defence and also to right-back. In his most recent club appearance, a 4-0 victory over St Johnstone in Perth, Tierney was a member of the Celtic team who broke their own UK record of 62 successive domestic games unbeaten. Tierney was also named Scottish Premiership player of the month for October Credit: Action Plus via Getty Images On Thursday he was named Scottish Premiership player of the month for October and today he will make his 100th appearance for Celtic in the lunchtime kick-off against Ross County in Dingwall. It is not a feat upon which the prudent gambler would have wagered folding money in 2015, a year which began with Tierney suffering a broken leg. Since then he has sustained ankle ligament damage and a shoulder injury. Adversity, however, confirmed Tierney’s characteristic resilience and this season he has made 24 appearances for his club and five for Scotland. He has, in every sense, taken great strides since his first appearance for Celtic as a late substitute in a game with Dundee at Dens Park on April 22, 2015. “I could never have envisaged this when I made my debut. It’s happened quite quickly as well,” Tierney said, when invited to review his meteoric progress. “Other than the injuries I’ve had, it’s all been good. “I’d been in the squad for a few games then we played Ross County at home and I’d made the bench for the very first time. The next day I broke my leg at training and I was thinking, ‘What chance do I have?’ but I believe that it made me hungrier. I came back and worked at stuff I was weak on try to come back stronger. “When you have injuries you just need to try and focus on the positives that you can take from them. They are horrible, though – this time last year I was going around with a plaster on my leg and wearing a shoulder brace for two months. “So now, when we have a busy schedule of games – like the one coming up – you don’t moan. You just want to be available to play in all of them.” There have been inevitable comparisons with legendary left-back, Danny McGrain, whose spell at Celtic between 1970 and 1987 encompassed 663 matches. “How many games did he play? That’s mad, isn’t it?” Tierney said. “I’m just taking it as it comes. “I don’t take anything for granted and work as hard as I can every day. The more matches I  play the better it is for me and, hopefully, I’ll keep on learning.” Buttressed by a close-knit family and childhood friends with common interests, Tierney presents a lively but steady personality. “I’m texting my pals at half three or four o’clock asking if anyone is ready  for Call of Duty, but they are all working until five,” he said. “Every time I’ve been injured and come out of hospital my friend Jamie has come to stay with me, keep me company and take my mind off it. We’ve been pals since nursery school. I’ve had the same friends since the very start and I think that’s important.” Tierney’s unseen contribution to Celtic team spirit is as dressing room DJ, with a retro list of tastes which includes Whitney Houston, Lionel Richie, Spandau Ballet, Stone Roses and Oasis. “The boys love it. They always ask me to do the tunes after games so I must be doing something right,” he insisted. “I wasn’t born when the stuff was out but my musical taste is brilliant, to be fair.” It’s not the only Tierney attribute that merits that description – or why Jake Bugg’s Lightning Bolt is an entirely apt theme song for the singer’s Celtic celebrity fan.

Kieran Tierney on his meteoric rise with Celtic and Scotland - and being dressing room DJ

He will be on the same field as Neymar, Kylian Mbappe and Edinson Cavani when Celtic face Paris St-Germain in their Champions League group stage tie on Wednesday night, but to see Kieran Tierney star-struck you had to be at the Queen’s Hall  in Edinburgh on Monday. The occasion was a solo acoustic gig by singer-songwriter Jake Bugg, after which he and Tierney got together to celebrate their mutual interests. In Bugg’s case, the topic of choice was football – the musician is this month’s shirt sponsor for Notts County, his local team – and Tierney presented him with a signed Celtic jersey. For Tierney, it was yet another in a fast-moving sequence of personal highlights. Only four days previously, he had captained Scotland at the age of 20 in the friendly against Holland at Pittodrie on only his ninth appearance for his county since his debut in March, 2016 at home to Denmark. During an international career which so far spans just 18 months, Tierney’s versatility has seen him moved from left-back to central defence and also to right-back. In his most recent club appearance, a 4-0 victory over St Johnstone in Perth, Tierney was a member of the Celtic team who broke their own UK record of 62 successive domestic games unbeaten. Tierney was also named Scottish Premiership player of the month for October Credit: Action Plus via Getty Images On Thursday he was named Scottish Premiership player of the month for October and today he will make his 100th appearance for Celtic in the lunchtime kick-off against Ross County in Dingwall. It is not a feat upon which the prudent gambler would have wagered folding money in 2015, a year which began with Tierney suffering a broken leg. Since then he has sustained ankle ligament damage and a shoulder injury. Adversity, however, confirmed Tierney’s characteristic resilience and this season he has made 24 appearances for his club and five for Scotland. He has, in every sense, taken great strides since his first appearance for Celtic as a late substitute in a game with Dundee at Dens Park on April 22, 2015. “I could never have envisaged this when I made my debut. It’s happened quite quickly as well,” Tierney said, when invited to review his meteoric progress. “Other than the injuries I’ve had, it’s all been good. “I’d been in the squad for a few games then we played Ross County at home and I’d made the bench for the very first time. The next day I broke my leg at training and I was thinking, ‘What chance do I have?’ but I believe that it made me hungrier. I came back and worked at stuff I was weak on try to come back stronger. “When you have injuries you just need to try and focus on the positives that you can take from them. They are horrible, though – this time last year I was going around with a plaster on my leg and wearing a shoulder brace for two months. “So now, when we have a busy schedule of games – like the one coming up – you don’t moan. You just want to be available to play in all of them.” There have been inevitable comparisons with legendary left-back, Danny McGrain, whose spell at Celtic between 1970 and 1987 encompassed 663 matches. “How many games did he play? That’s mad, isn’t it?” Tierney said. “I’m just taking it as it comes. “I don’t take anything for granted and work as hard as I can every day. The more matches I  play the better it is for me and, hopefully, I’ll keep on learning.” Buttressed by a close-knit family and childhood friends with common interests, Tierney presents a lively but steady personality. “I’m texting my pals at half three or four o’clock asking if anyone is ready  for Call of Duty, but they are all working until five,” he said. “Every time I’ve been injured and come out of hospital my friend Jamie has come to stay with me, keep me company and take my mind off it. We’ve been pals since nursery school. I’ve had the same friends since the very start and I think that’s important.” Tierney’s unseen contribution to Celtic team spirit is as dressing room DJ, with a retro list of tastes which includes Whitney Houston, Lionel Richie, Spandau Ballet, Stone Roses and Oasis. “The boys love it. They always ask me to do the tunes after games so I must be doing something right,” he insisted. “I wasn’t born when the stuff was out but my musical taste is brilliant, to be fair.” It’s not the only Tierney attribute that merits that description – or why Jake Bugg’s Lightning Bolt is an entirely apt theme song for the singer’s Celtic celebrity fan.

Zidane 'not getting involved' with Neymar links

Real Madrid head coach Zinedine Zidane has refused to comment on reports that Neymar could be heading to the Bernabeu next season

Zidane 'not getting involved' with Neymar links

Real Madrid head coach Zinedine Zidane has refused to comment on reports that Neymar could be heading to the Bernabeu next season

Zidane 'not getting involved' with Neymar links

Real Madrid head coach Zinedine Zidane has refused to comment on reports that Neymar could be heading to the Bernabeu next season

West Brom's Tony Pulis dilemma unlikely to get easier after Chelsea visit

The Hawthorns has been a managerial graveyard for Chelsea with both Andre Villas-Boas and Roberto Di Matteo lost their jobs following fixtures there. With the title secured in 2015, Jose Mourinho's side were defeated 3-0, a portent of the the following season's unravelling. Antonio Conte bucked the trend by winning the league in West Bromwich last year. Few expect him to be at Chelsea next season although defeat on Saturday will not spell the end for him. Not yet. But it could for the man in the home dug-out.  No matter the faith in any manager, two wins in 20 league games puts him under severe pressure but what makes it far worse for Tony Pulis is that he is facing the triple whammy of poor results, disappointing performances and fan disenchantment. So a heavy loss to Chelsea with – almost more significantly – a poor showing and a mutinous atmosphere among the supporters will place him in peril with an away trip to Tottenham Hotspur to come. It seems, not for the first time, that ‘Pulis-ball’ is the problem and there is a real issue about style of football that many Premier League clubs face: if you play the percentages then what are you left with when the points are not forthcoming? Take away the wins and it is wan. If Albion were to sack Pulis then they may want to turn to a manager with a proven track record of keeping teams up, of winning relegation battles and of creating the kind of solid side that is rarely in trouble. Yes, a Tony Pulis-type. Or (and would it be possible if Pulis goes?) Sam Allardyce. But there also comes a time when the fans, often more than the owners, want a bit more. When mere survival is not enough. What is the point of being in the Premier League if the football is boring? Staying there, yes. But when that status is in jeopardy there is not a lot left. Losing without entertaining is just losing. This will all grate on Pulis. He has never endured relegation and not just as a manager. In four decades as a player, coach or manager it never happened. Even Conte, his opponent, has suffered that failure. The argument for keeping Pulis is not just his track record and his acumen but that old chestnut: be careful what you wish for which can, alternatively, be known (by me at least) as the ‘Curbishley conundrum’ after what happened next when Alan Curbishley quit Charlton Athletic in 2006. Publically it was about needing a new challenge but really it was a shared disenchantment with manager and fans no longer seeing eye to eye. Curbishley, the fans thought, was not the man to take the then Premier League club to the next level. Unfortunately Charlton are now in League One and have endured a miserable decade. It does not mean the time was not right for Curbishley to go and Pulis’s links with Albion are nowhere near as deep. So it would not be such a wrench. But there are other examples. More recently there is Crystal Palace who went from Allardyce to Frank de Boer, wanting to progress, but he only lasted four games are they now in a desperate fight against relegation under former Albion manager, Roy Hodgson. It is a dilemma. There is nothing wrong with ambition. But it is stating the obvious to say the right decisions must be made. Liverpool look forward to glimpse of one that got away Southampton face Liverpool and the focus at Anfield will be on Virgil Van Dijk, the one who got away from Jurgen Klopp amid accusations of tapping-up, a public apology, a transfer request – and a potential £60million fee that would have made the Dutch international the world’s most expensive defender. It may still happen - and as early as January. Liverpool still want the player, he still wants to go, and Klopp probably feels a debt of loyalty while relations between the clubs have improved. Southampton’s stance was understandable. But while Liverpool, with the sixth worst defensive record in the Premier League, are definitely suffering from not signing Van Dijk Southampton are hardly significantly better for keeping him. Without Van Dijk this season they conceded a goal every 107 minutes. With him they have conceded every 75 minutes while his return meant he replaced £15million Wesley Hoedt who was proving an adequate substitute. Furthermore Southampton’s problems under former Liverpool defender Mauricio Pellegrino have not been conceding goals but scoring them, just as last season. They lack creativity. They lack a goal-scorer. It begs the question if they might not have been better cashing in and investing elsewhere. Credit: REUTERS Kane on verge of another record Harry Kane is the type of player who knows the significance of every goal he scores, every record he breaks. It is one of the things that motivate him. So the Tottenham Hotspur striker will be well aware of the fact that if he finds the net against Arsenal in the north London derby he will become the first player to score in six consecutive league matches against an Arsene Wenger side. At present Kane is level with former Chelsea striker Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink who struck in five games in a rowbetween 1997 and 2000 – although Hasselbaink could justifiably argue it was a little harder to score against Arsenal in those days. Nevertheless Kane’s record against Arsenal is already even more impressive having scored 20 goals in 24 games. No Ney, Jose When the word is that players are find the manager’s video sessions and drills too long and boring then his future is in doubt. When that club is Paris Saint-Germain with Neymar, Thiago Silva etc. then it is unlikely that coach, Unai Emery, will last long. Even so PSG have zero interest in Jose Mourinho. "Friends" reuinted The feud between Rafael Benitez and Jose Mourinho has been one of the most sulphurous in recent memory. The pair meet at Old Trafford, with Manchester United hosting Newcastle United. Remarkably, though, it will be the first time they have faced each other since Aug 2007. Will time have mellowed them? Doubt it.

West Brom's Tony Pulis dilemma unlikely to get easier after Chelsea visit

The Hawthorns has been a managerial graveyard for Chelsea with both Andre Villas-Boas and Roberto Di Matteo lost their jobs following fixtures there. With the title secured in 2015, Jose Mourinho's side were defeated 3-0, a portent of the the following season's unravelling. Antonio Conte bucked the trend by winning the league in West Bromwich last year. Few expect him to be at Chelsea next season although defeat on Saturday will not spell the end for him. Not yet. But it could for the man in the home dug-out.  No matter the faith in any manager, two wins in 20 league games puts him under severe pressure but what makes it far worse for Tony Pulis is that he is facing the triple whammy of poor results, disappointing performances and fan disenchantment. So a heavy loss to Chelsea with – almost more significantly – a poor showing and a mutinous atmosphere among the supporters will place him in peril with an away trip to Tottenham Hotspur to come. It seems, not for the first time, that ‘Pulis-ball’ is the problem and there is a real issue about style of football that many Premier League clubs face: if you play the percentages then what are you left with when the points are not forthcoming? Take away the wins and it is wan. If Albion were to sack Pulis then they may want to turn to a manager with a proven track record of keeping teams up, of winning relegation battles and of creating the kind of solid side that is rarely in trouble. Yes, a Tony Pulis-type. Or (and would it be possible if Pulis goes?) Sam Allardyce. But there also comes a time when the fans, often more than the owners, want a bit more. When mere survival is not enough. What is the point of being in the Premier League if the football is boring? Staying there, yes. But when that status is in jeopardy there is not a lot left. Losing without entertaining is just losing. This will all grate on Pulis. He has never endured relegation and not just as a manager. In four decades as a player, coach or manager it never happened. Even Conte, his opponent, has suffered that failure. The argument for keeping Pulis is not just his track record and his acumen but that old chestnut: be careful what you wish for which can, alternatively, be known (by me at least) as the ‘Curbishley conundrum’ after what happened next when Alan Curbishley quit Charlton Athletic in 2006. Publically it was about needing a new challenge but really it was a shared disenchantment with manager and fans no longer seeing eye to eye. Curbishley, the fans thought, was not the man to take the then Premier League club to the next level. Unfortunately Charlton are now in League One and have endured a miserable decade. It does not mean the time was not right for Curbishley to go and Pulis’s links with Albion are nowhere near as deep. So it would not be such a wrench. But there are other examples. More recently there is Crystal Palace who went from Allardyce to Frank de Boer, wanting to progress, but he only lasted four games are they now in a desperate fight against relegation under former Albion manager, Roy Hodgson. It is a dilemma. There is nothing wrong with ambition. But it is stating the obvious to say the right decisions must be made. Liverpool look forward to glimpse of one that got away Southampton face Liverpool and the focus at Anfield will be on Virgil Van Dijk, the one who got away from Jurgen Klopp amid accusations of tapping-up, a public apology, a transfer request – and a potential £60million fee that would have made the Dutch international the world’s most expensive defender. It may still happen - and as early as January. Liverpool still want the player, he still wants to go, and Klopp probably feels a debt of loyalty while relations between the clubs have improved. Southampton’s stance was understandable. But while Liverpool, with the sixth worst defensive record in the Premier League, are definitely suffering from not signing Van Dijk Southampton are hardly significantly better for keeping him. Without Van Dijk this season they conceded a goal every 107 minutes. With him they have conceded every 75 minutes while his return meant he replaced £15million Wesley Hoedt who was proving an adequate substitute. Furthermore Southampton’s problems under former Liverpool defender Mauricio Pellegrino have not been conceding goals but scoring them, just as last season. They lack creativity. They lack a goal-scorer. It begs the question if they might not have been better cashing in and investing elsewhere. Credit: REUTERS Kane on verge of another record Harry Kane is the type of player who knows the significance of every goal he scores, every record he breaks. It is one of the things that motivate him. So the Tottenham Hotspur striker will be well aware of the fact that if he finds the net against Arsenal in the north London derby he will become the first player to score in six consecutive league matches against an Arsene Wenger side. At present Kane is level with former Chelsea striker Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink who struck in five games in a rowbetween 1997 and 2000 – although Hasselbaink could justifiably argue it was a little harder to score against Arsenal in those days. Nevertheless Kane’s record against Arsenal is already even more impressive having scored 20 goals in 24 games. No Ney, Jose When the word is that players are find the manager’s video sessions and drills too long and boring then his future is in doubt. When that club is Paris Saint-Germain with Neymar, Thiago Silva etc. then it is unlikely that coach, Unai Emery, will last long. Even so PSG have zero interest in Jose Mourinho. "Friends" reuinted The feud between Rafael Benitez and Jose Mourinho has been one of the most sulphurous in recent memory. The pair meet at Old Trafford, with Manchester United hosting Newcastle United. Remarkably, though, it will be the first time they have faced each other since Aug 2007. Will time have mellowed them? Doubt it.

What football boots do Messi, Ronaldo, Neymar & the top stars wear?

From the reigning Ballon d'Or winner's favourite Nikes to the Argentine's Adidas models, find out what footwear the best players on the planet prefer

What football boots do Messi, Ronaldo, Neymar & the top stars wear?

From the reigning Ballon d'Or winner's favourite Nikes to the Argentine's Adidas models, find out what footwear the best players on the planet prefer

What football boots do Messi, Ronaldo, Neymar & the top stars wear?

From the reigning Ballon d'Or winner's favourite Nikes to the Argentine's Adidas models, find out what footwear the best players on the planet prefer

What football boots do Messi, Ronaldo, Neymar & the top stars wear?

From the reigning Ballon d'Or winner's favourite Nikes to the Argentine's Adidas models, find out what footwear the best players on the planet prefer

What football boots do Messi, Ronaldo, Neymar & the top stars wear?

From the reigning Ballon d'Or winner's favourite Nikes to the Argentine's Adidas models, find out what footwear the best players on the planet prefer

What football boots do Messi, Ronaldo, Neymar & the top stars wear?

From the reigning Ballon d'Or winner's favourite Nikes to the Argentine's Adidas models, find out what footwear the best players on the planet prefer

What football boots do Messi, Ronaldo, Neymar & the top stars wear?

From the reigning Ballon d'Or winner's favourite Nikes to the Argentine's Adidas models, find out what footwear the best players on the planet prefer

What football boots do Messi, Ronaldo, Neymar & the top stars wear?

From the reigning Ballon d'Or winner's favourite Nikes to the Argentine's Adidas models, find out what footwear the best players on the planet prefer

What football boots do Messi, Ronaldo, Neymar & the top stars wear?

From the reigning Ballon d'Or winner's favourite Nikes to the Argentine's Adidas models, find out what footwear the best players on the planet prefer

What football boots do Messi, Ronaldo, Neymar & the top stars wear?

From the reigning Ballon d'Or winner's favourite Nikes to the Argentine's Adidas models, find out what footwear the best players on the planet prefer