- Neymar now nurses the ambition of playing alongside Cristiano Ronaldo
- The Brazilian has played with the likes of Lionel Messi and Kylian Mbappe
- The former Santos man is also hoping to win the FIFA World Cup before retiring from football
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Paris Saint Germain star Neymar is looking forward to playing with Cristiano Ronaldo if the Juventus forward decides to join the French club.
The Brazilian recently extended his stay at the Paris-based club until the summer of 2025 having initially joined them from Barcelona in a world-record fee worth €222 million.
In spite of his achievement in football so far, the 29-year-old is definitely hoping to win the World Cup someday according to Football Italia while quoting GQ France.
"I want to play with Cristiano Ronaldo. I've already played with great players like Messi and [Kylian] Mbappe, but I haven't played with Cristiano Ronaldo yet.
"I want to win the World Cup. This has always been my biggest dream, but I also want to win everything with PSG. I'm almost 30 now and I've had a good career on a personal level."
Before now, Neymar was hoping to reunite with former teammate Lionel Messi who made attempts to leave Barcelona last summer.
But all that has changed and he wants to partner with Juventus striker Cristiano Ronaldo as well - just maybe their partnership could land them both another European glory.
Reports in Italy claim the five-time Ballon d' Or winner may request to leave the Old Lady this summer after their struggles to qualify for Champions League this season.
They are currently fifth on the log with just three games to play before the season wraps up and this is also happening the same year they failed to win their 10th consecutive Serie A title.
Legit.ng earlier reported that Brazilian superstar Neymar has signed a contract extension with Paris Saint Germain to keep him at the club until 2025.
The 29-year old revealed to the PSG club website that he decided to put pen to paper because he ‘felt happy’ at the French capital.
In January, Neymar expressed his interest in staying at Parc de Princes amid heavy links to a return to Barcelona.