Brazil soccer star Neymar

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

Unai Emery insisted PSG forward Neymar will step up to the plate in next month's return leg against Champions League holders Real Madrid.
Emery defends PSG star Neymar after Madrid display
Unai Emery insisted PSG forward Neymar will step up to the plate in next month's return leg against Champions League holders Real Madrid.
Unai Emery says PSG superstar Neymar will remind the world of his talents in their Champions League second leg against Real Madrid.
Neymar will show how good he is in Real Madrid return leg - Emery
Unai Emery says PSG superstar Neymar will remind the world of his talents in their Champions League second leg against Real Madrid.
Unai Emery says PSG superstar Neymar will remind the world of his talents in their Champions League second leg against Real Madrid.
Neymar will show how good he is in Real Madrid return leg - Emery
Unai Emery says PSG superstar Neymar will remind the world of his talents in their Champions League second leg against Real Madrid.
Unai Emery says PSG superstar Neymar will remind the world of his talents in their Champions League second leg against Real Madrid.
Neymar will show how good he is in Real Madrid return leg - Emery
Unai Emery says PSG superstar Neymar will remind the world of his talents in their Champions League second leg against Real Madrid.
Talk about putting your foot in it! Neymar may have kicked Nike's pricey new boots into touch
Talk about putting your foot in it! Neymar may have kicked Nike's pricey new boots into touch
Talk about putting your foot in it! Neymar may have kicked Nike's pricey new boots into touch
Talk about putting your foot in it! Neymar may have kicked Nike's pricey new boots into touch
Talk about putting your foot in it! Neymar may have kicked Nike's pricey new boots into touch
Talk about putting your foot in it! Neymar may have kicked Nike's pricey new boots into touch
After PSG suffered a major setback in their Champions League last-16 tie with Real Madrid, Brazil star Neymar responded via social media.
Neymar responds to PSG's reversal at Real Madrid with enigmatic Instagram post
After PSG suffered a major setback in their Champions League last-16 tie with Real Madrid, Brazil star Neymar responded via social media.
The Paris Saint-Germain star is not at the same level as Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo, according to the former Brazil international
Casagrande slams 'monster' Neymar
The Paris Saint-Germain star is not at the same level as Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo, according to the former Brazil international
After PSG suffered a major setback in their Champions League last-16 tie with Real Madrid, Brazil star Neymar responded via social media.
I never said that the road would be easy - Neymar responds to Madrid defeat
After PSG suffered a major setback in their Champions League last-16 tie with Real Madrid, Brazil star Neymar responded via social media.
The Paris Saint-Germain star is not at the same level as Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo, according to the former Brazil international
Casagrande slams 'monster' Neymar
The Paris Saint-Germain star is not at the same level as Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo, according to the former Brazil international
The Paris Saint-Germain star is not at the same level as Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo, according to the former Brazil international
Casagrande slams 'monster' Neymar
The Paris Saint-Germain star is not at the same level as Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo, according to the former Brazil international
Paris Saint-Germain star Neymar is not at the same level as Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo, according to Walter Casagrande.
Casagrande slams 'monster' Neymar, PSG star's father hits back
Paris Saint-Germain star Neymar is not at the same level as Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo, according to Walter Casagrande.
The player's father and agent pulled no punches as he turned on those who questioned his son's performance against Real Madrid
'Like vultures feed off carrion' - Neymar Sr. slams son's critics after PSG no-show
The player's father and agent pulled no punches as he turned on those who questioned his son's performance against Real Madrid
 Jurgen Klopp is ready to abandon plans to pursue Roma goalkeeper Alisson as Loris Karius’ hopes of establishing himself as the long-term Liverpool number one have increased. Liverpool are likely to need another keeper at the end of the season as the recently demoted Simon Mignolet is sure to seek first team football elsewhere. But with Karius showing encouraging form since being confirmed as undisputed first choice, a massive outlay on a new keeper is increasingly unlikely. Liverpool have been left in no doubt how much it would cost to secure Brazilian international Alisson, his Italian club suggesting only a world record fee would trigger negotiations. Klopp is not interested at values suggested to be as much as £70 million, especially as his instinct is to give Karius a prolonged chance to secure his position. My favourite ever Premier League player Liverpool’s previous interest in Alisson is further complicated because Mohamed Salah’s extraordinary exploits have prompted Roma – his former club - to bemoan his cut-price sale to last summer. Liverpool bought Salah for an initial £35 million, although that could rise based on several clauses. Roma’s Director of Football, Monchi, appears to have acknowledged he was out-negotiated when agreeing the sale last summer. The timing of the deal, completed last June, preceded Neymar’s move to PSG from Barcelona when the transfer market became hyper-inflated. “I think the price could’ve been better for Salah, but it did give us the possibility of making other moves,” said Monchi. Mohamed Salah is already looking like a bargain Credit: Getty images “When I arrived, the Liverpool offer for Salah was €32m plus €3m in bonuses. In today’s football, players go wherever they want to. “At the end of the day, we could reach €50m with bonuses, but at that moment we had to sell and that was an important option. The Neymar and Kylian Mbappé transfers changed the market, but at that moment it was necessary that we sell.” Stung by criticism of the Salah deal, Roma would be more steadfast in their bargaining should Liverpool target more of their players. If Karius replicates the encouraging form of recent weeks, Klopp is more likely to be searching for competition rather than a direct replacement for the rejuvenated keeper.
Liverpool could stick with Loris Karius instead of buying a £70m goalkeeper this summer
Jurgen Klopp is ready to abandon plans to pursue Roma goalkeeper Alisson as Loris Karius’ hopes of establishing himself as the long-term Liverpool number one have increased. Liverpool are likely to need another keeper at the end of the season as the recently demoted Simon Mignolet is sure to seek first team football elsewhere. But with Karius showing encouraging form since being confirmed as undisputed first choice, a massive outlay on a new keeper is increasingly unlikely. Liverpool have been left in no doubt how much it would cost to secure Brazilian international Alisson, his Italian club suggesting only a world record fee would trigger negotiations. Klopp is not interested at values suggested to be as much as £70 million, especially as his instinct is to give Karius a prolonged chance to secure his position. My favourite ever Premier League player Liverpool’s previous interest in Alisson is further complicated because Mohamed Salah’s extraordinary exploits have prompted Roma – his former club - to bemoan his cut-price sale to last summer. Liverpool bought Salah for an initial £35 million, although that could rise based on several clauses. Roma’s Director of Football, Monchi, appears to have acknowledged he was out-negotiated when agreeing the sale last summer. The timing of the deal, completed last June, preceded Neymar’s move to PSG from Barcelona when the transfer market became hyper-inflated. “I think the price could’ve been better for Salah, but it did give us the possibility of making other moves,” said Monchi. Mohamed Salah is already looking like a bargain Credit: Getty images “When I arrived, the Liverpool offer for Salah was €32m plus €3m in bonuses. In today’s football, players go wherever they want to. “At the end of the day, we could reach €50m with bonuses, but at that moment we had to sell and that was an important option. The Neymar and Kylian Mbappé transfers changed the market, but at that moment it was necessary that we sell.” Stung by criticism of the Salah deal, Roma would be more steadfast in their bargaining should Liverpool target more of their players. If Karius replicates the encouraging form of recent weeks, Klopp is more likely to be searching for competition rather than a direct replacement for the rejuvenated keeper.
 Jurgen Klopp is ready to abandon plans to pursue Roma goalkeeper Alisson as Loris Karius’ hopes of establishing himself as the long-term Liverpool number one have increased. Liverpool are likely to need another keeper at the end of the season as the recently demoted Simon Mignolet is sure to seek first team football elsewhere. But with Karius showing encouraging form since being confirmed as undisputed first choice, a massive outlay on a new keeper is increasingly unlikely. Liverpool have been left in no doubt how much it would cost to secure Brazilian international Alisson, his Italian club suggesting only a world record fee would trigger negotiations. Klopp is not interested at values suggested to be as much as £70 million, especially as his instinct is to give Karius a prolonged chance to secure his position. My favourite ever Premier League player Liverpool’s previous interest in Alisson is further complicated because Mohamed Salah’s extraordinary exploits have prompted Roma – his former club - to bemoan his cut-price sale to last summer. Liverpool bought Salah for an initial £35 million, although that could rise based on several clauses. Roma’s Director of Football, Monchi, appears to have acknowledged he was out-negotiated when agreeing the sale last summer. The timing of the deal, completed last June, preceded Neymar’s move to PSG from Barcelona when the transfer market became hyper-inflated. “I think the price could’ve been better for Salah, but it did give us the possibility of making other moves,” said Monchi. Mohamed Salah is already looking like a bargain Credit: Getty images “When I arrived, the Liverpool offer for Salah was €32m plus €3m in bonuses. In today’s football, players go wherever they want to. “At the end of the day, we could reach €50m with bonuses, but at that moment we had to sell and that was an important option. The Neymar and Kylian Mbappé transfers changed the market, but at that moment it was necessary that we sell.” Stung by criticism of the Salah deal, Roma would be more steadfast in their bargaining should Liverpool target more of their players. If Karius replicates the encouraging form of recent weeks, Klopp is more likely to be searching for competition rather than a direct replacement for the rejuvenated keeper.
Liverpool could stick with Loris Karius instead of buying a £70m goalkeeper this summer
Jurgen Klopp is ready to abandon plans to pursue Roma goalkeeper Alisson as Loris Karius’ hopes of establishing himself as the long-term Liverpool number one have increased. Liverpool are likely to need another keeper at the end of the season as the recently demoted Simon Mignolet is sure to seek first team football elsewhere. But with Karius showing encouraging form since being confirmed as undisputed first choice, a massive outlay on a new keeper is increasingly unlikely. Liverpool have been left in no doubt how much it would cost to secure Brazilian international Alisson, his Italian club suggesting only a world record fee would trigger negotiations. Klopp is not interested at values suggested to be as much as £70 million, especially as his instinct is to give Karius a prolonged chance to secure his position. My favourite ever Premier League player Liverpool’s previous interest in Alisson is further complicated because Mohamed Salah’s extraordinary exploits have prompted Roma – his former club - to bemoan his cut-price sale to last summer. Liverpool bought Salah for an initial £35 million, although that could rise based on several clauses. Roma’s Director of Football, Monchi, appears to have acknowledged he was out-negotiated when agreeing the sale last summer. The timing of the deal, completed last June, preceded Neymar’s move to PSG from Barcelona when the transfer market became hyper-inflated. “I think the price could’ve been better for Salah, but it did give us the possibility of making other moves,” said Monchi. Mohamed Salah is already looking like a bargain Credit: Getty images “When I arrived, the Liverpool offer for Salah was €32m plus €3m in bonuses. In today’s football, players go wherever they want to. “At the end of the day, we could reach €50m with bonuses, but at that moment we had to sell and that was an important option. The Neymar and Kylian Mbappé transfers changed the market, but at that moment it was necessary that we sell.” Stung by criticism of the Salah deal, Roma would be more steadfast in their bargaining should Liverpool target more of their players. If Karius replicates the encouraging form of recent weeks, Klopp is more likely to be searching for competition rather than a direct replacement for the rejuvenated keeper.
Neymar and PSG find themselves under pressure after losing at Real Madrid (AFP Photo/CURTO DE LA TORRE)
Neymar and PSG find themselves under pressure after losing at Real Madrid
Neymar and PSG find themselves under pressure after losing at Real Madrid (AFP Photo/CURTO DE LA TORRE)
The 26-year-old PSG forward has rekindled his romance with his former partner, who is an award-winning actress and model in her native Brazil
Who is Bruna Marquezine? Everything you need to know about Neymar's on-and-off girlfriend
The 26-year-old PSG forward has rekindled his romance with his former partner, who is an award-winning actress and model in her native Brazil
Less than a year after the world transfer record was smashed by Paris Saint-Germain, FIFA president Gianni Infantino wants restrictions introduced
Neymar and Coutinho deals leave FIFA planning rules to limit lavish spending
Less than a year after the world transfer record was smashed by Paris Saint-Germain, FIFA president Gianni Infantino wants restrictions introduced
The Brazilian has consistently been linked with a move to Real Madrid this summer, but the French side has no plans on letting him leave
PSG president '100 per cent' sure Neymar will not join Madrid
The Brazilian has consistently been linked with a move to Real Madrid this summer, but the French side has no plans on letting him leave
Less than a year after the world transfer record was smashed by Paris Saint-Germain, FIFA president Gianni Infantino wants restrictions introduced
Neymar and Coutinho deals leave FIFA planning rules to limit lavish spending
Less than a year after the world transfer record was smashed by Paris Saint-Germain, FIFA president Gianni Infantino wants restrictions introduced
PSG president blames referees for Real Madrid defeat and says Neymar '100%' staying at the club
PSG president blames referees for Real Madrid defeat and says Neymar '100%' staying at the club
PSG president blames referees for Real Madrid defeat and says Neymar '100%' staying at the club
PSG president blames referees for Real Madrid defeat and says Neymar '100%' staying at the club
PSG president blames referees for Real Madrid defeat and says Neymar '100%' staying at the club
PSG president blames referees for Real Madrid defeat and says Neymar '100%' staying at the club
Neymar and Mbappe disappoint with their finishing after Zidane got it right with his supersub
Neymar and Mbappe disappoint with their finishing after Zidane got it right with his supersub
Neymar and Mbappe disappoint with their finishing after Zidane got it right with his supersub
Neymar and Mbappe disappoint with their finishing after Zidane got it right with his supersub
Neymar and Mbappe disappoint with their finishing after Zidane got it right with his supersub
Neymar and Mbappe disappoint with their finishing after Zidane got it right with his supersub
Neymar and Mbappe disappoint with their finishing after Zidane got it right with his supersub
Neymar and Mbappe disappoint with their finishing after Zidane got it right with his supersub
Neymar and Mbappe disappoint with their finishing after Zidane got it right with his supersub
Less than a year after Neymar's record move from Barcelona to Paris Saint-Germain, FIFA president Gianni Infantino wants spending limited.
Infantino wants new rules to limit lavish spending
Less than a year after Neymar's record move from Barcelona to Paris Saint-Germain, FIFA president Gianni Infantino wants spending limited.
Cristiano Ronaldo consoled Neymar as 12-time European champions Real Madrid beat Paris Saint-Germain 3-1 in the first leg of their last-16 tie in the Champions League (AFP Photo/GABRIEL BOUYS )
Cristiano Ronaldo consoled Neymar as 12-time European champions Real Madrid beat Paris Saint-Germain 3-1 in the first leg of their last-16 tie in the Champions League
Cristiano Ronaldo consoled Neymar as 12-time European champions Real Madrid beat Paris Saint-Germain 3-1 in the first leg of their last-16 tie in the Champions League (AFP Photo/GABRIEL BOUYS )
Cristiano Ronaldo came out on top in the battle for supremacy with Neymar as he scored twice in Real Madrid's 3-1 win over Paris Saint-Germain in the last-16, first-leg tie of the Champions League (AFP Photo/GABRIEL BOUYS )
Cristiano Ronaldo came out on top in the battle for supremacy with Neymar as he scored twice in Real Madrid's 3-1 win over Paris Saint-Germain in the last-16, first-leg tie of the Champions League
Cristiano Ronaldo came out on top in the battle for supremacy with Neymar as he scored twice in Real Madrid's 3-1 win over Paris Saint-Germain in the last-16, first-leg tie of the Champions League (AFP Photo/GABRIEL BOUYS )
Neymar was in the Barcelona side that lost 4-0 away to PSG in the first leg of the last 16 last season, before a stunning 6-1 victory in the return. (AFP Photo/GABRIEL BOUYS )
Neymar was in the Barcelona side that lost 4-0 away to PSG in the first leg of the last 16 last season, before a stunning 6-1 victory in the return
Neymar was in the Barcelona side that lost 4-0 away to PSG in the first leg of the last 16 last season, before a stunning 6-1 victory in the return. (AFP Photo/GABRIEL BOUYS )
Cristiano Ronaldo taught Neymar a lesson in how sometimes less is more as Real Madrid beat PSG
Cristiano Ronaldo taught Neymar a lesson in how sometimes less is more as Real Madrid beat PSG
Cristiano Ronaldo taught Neymar a lesson in how sometimes less is more as Real Madrid beat PSG
Cristiano Ronaldo taught Neymar a lesson in how sometimes less is more as Real Madrid beat PSG
Cristiano Ronaldo taught Neymar a lesson in how sometimes less is more as Real Madrid beat PSG
Cristiano Ronaldo taught Neymar a lesson in how sometimes less is more as Real Madrid beat PSG
Cristiano Ronaldo taught Neymar a lesson in how sometimes less is more as Real Madrid beat PSG
Cristiano Ronaldo taught Neymar a lesson in how sometimes less is more as Real Madrid beat PSG
Cristiano Ronaldo taught Neymar a lesson in how sometimes less is more as Real Madrid beat PSG
PSG president Nasser Al-Khelaifi insists Neymar will be '2000 per cent' staying at the club and not heading to Real Madrid.
Neymar '2000 per cent' staying at PSG - president Al-Khelaifi
PSG president Nasser Al-Khelaifi insists Neymar will be '2000 per cent' staying at the club and not heading to Real Madrid.
PSG president Nasser Al-Khelaifi insists Neymar will be '2000 per cent' staying at the club and not heading to Real Madrid.
Neymar '2000 per cent' staying at PSG - president Al-Khelaifi
PSG president Nasser Al-Khelaifi insists Neymar will be '2000 per cent' staying at the club and not heading to Real Madrid.
PSG president Nasser Al-Khelaifi insists Neymar will be '2000 per cent' staying at the club and not heading to Real Madrid.
Neymar '2000 per cent' staying at PSG - president Al-Khelaifi
PSG president Nasser Al-Khelaifi insists Neymar will be '2000 per cent' staying at the club and not heading to Real Madrid.
As he continues to be linked with a move to Real Madrid, the Brazilian said he was happy with life in Paris
Neymar plays down Real Madrid rumours: 'I only think about my story here'
As he continues to be linked with a move to Real Madrid, the Brazilian said he was happy with life in Paris
Neymar had his moments but it was a frustrating night on the whole for PSG's Brazilian superstar in Madrid (AFP Photo/CURTO DE LA TORRE)
Neymar had his moments but it was a frustrating night on the whole for PSG's Brazilian superstar in Madrid
Neymar had his moments but it was a frustrating night on the whole for PSG's Brazilian superstar in Madrid (AFP Photo/CURTO DE LA TORRE)

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