Neymar is ‘open’ to possible transfers to Premier League

Brazil’s mega star, Neymar Jr., recently spoke about opportunities for a career in Queen Elizabeth’s country in the future. Although, currently the former Barcelona star admitted he was still blind to his future, but a career in the Premier League remained an option. According to Neymar, every great player must play in the competition.

Neymar, 25 years old, actually had rumored to be leaving Paris Saint-Germain in the summer transfer window, as the news circulated claiming that the former Barcelona did not feel at home with his career with Les Parisiens. At that time, the Brazilian National team was linked to a number of European giants, not only with his former club, Barcelona, but also with Real Madrid, Manchester United, Manchester City to Chelsea.

Yes, 3 of Premier League giants had been linked with Neymar last summer. In fact, it is believed the Red Devils are ready to pour a high pocket to be able to hook Neymar. Unfortunately, the concerned eventually stayed in Paris, and is still the mainstay of the French Ligue 1 champions this season.
Even so, through his personal Youtube channel, Neymar admitted that he did not close the opportunity for a career in the Premier League, even though he is still blind about his future.

“That [Premier League] is a big competition. One of the best in the world. We don’t know what tomorrow will be like, but I believe that every great player, at least one day, must play in the Premier League. If you play there, then I hope you can enjoy the Premier League because you only deserve the best. Greetings and thanks!” said Neymar in a video uploaded on YouTube to reply the question from Manchester City’s fullback, Benjamin Mendy, about whether he was interested in playing in the Premier League.

Neymar was a Barcelona player before, and shone along with the Spanish La Liga giants in the period 2013-2017, then he left Paris Saint-Germain in the summer after reaching an agreement worth 222 million Euros between these two sides.

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