- Everything seems to be in place for Neymar to join Real Madrid after Champions League victory over PSG
- But PSG chief Nasser Al-Khelaifi says he is 100 per cent sure that Neymar will be with the club next season
- Reports have it that Neymar would join Los Blancos in 2019 after a perfect World Cup campaign in Russia
Following Real Madrid’s victory over PSG in first round of 16 tie against PSG, everything is in place for Neymar to join Los Blancos in 2019, according to reports in Spain.
Last summer the Brazilian only completed his world record £198million move to Paris Saint Germain, but has been constantly linked with a move away from the French capital back to Spain.
According to Mundo Deportivo, it is certain that transfer will happen next summer and that claim is somewhat backed up by PSG chief Nasser Al-Khelaifi's after the whites claimed a 3-1 victory
When Nasser Al-Khelaifi's was asked about Neymar’s rumours to Real Madrid, he replied: "I can tell you 100 per cent that Neymar will be at Paris Saint-Germain next summer."
The Brazilian captain expects that a successful campaign at the World Cup will trigger another world record transfer back to La Liga in his prime at the age of 27.
By then Neymar would be on hand to take over as Cristiano Ronaldo would clock 35 while Lionel Messi would be 32 in 2019.
Neymar's father and agent believes the low demands of Ligue 1 will help him arrive in Russia in perfect condition for the soccer fiesta this summer, and that will be pivotal to Brazil's hopes of winning a record, sixth World Cup tournament.
The moves are all in line for the former Santos player to ensure he achieves his primary goal in the game, to win the coveted Ballon d'Or award.
After Barcelona’s 6-1 win over PSG in the 2016/17 season, initial discussions over a move to Paris started after his match winning performance during the Catalans' famous 6-1 victory.
Madrid’s victory in last night's meeting, have also given the same opportunity to the Santaigo Bernabeu outfit.
Neymar’s has six out of the 25 goals scored by PSG in the group stages including a commanding display against Bayern Munich who came second behind the Parisians.
The former Barcelona star has been tipped by former teammate Messi to rule world football after himself and Ronaldo go off their prime.
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