Neymar Brazil

PSG broke all records two summers back when they signed Neymar Jr from Barcelona.

And ever since moving to Paris the forward has been breaking records left right and centre.

Now along with Kylian Mbappe and Edinson Cavani, the Brazilian is one of the best in the world.

But knowing the flamboyant player, will he stay at PSG for too long?

Last season there were talks that Neymar was not getting along well with Unai Emery and wanted to move out of the club. While those rumours have died down but the Brazilian is still linked to many clubs.

Some reports have suggested that Neymar wants to head back to Barcelona while others cite that he wants to join Real Madrid as a long-term replacement to Cristiano Ronaldo who left for Juventus in the summer.

Now though while talking about his future ambitionsNeymar has claimed that he wishes to play in the Premier League someday.

Neymar said: “It is a big competition, one of the greatest in the world.

“We don’t know what will happen tomorrow but I believe that every great player, at least one day, has to play in the Premier League.

“If you’re playing there, I hope you can keep enjoying the Premier League because you deserve only the best.”

Premier League giants like Manchester United, Chelsea, Liverpool and Manchester City have all been linked to the player at some point during the past couple of seasons while former Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger tried to sign him once(reportedly).

But now the next big question is whether any club in the Premier League can afford to sign Neymar Jr.

In the summer of 2017, PSG triggered Neymar’s release clause at Barcelona and made him the most expensive player in the world by paying €222 million for the Brazilian.

So there is no way PSG will set him off for anything lower than that if Neymar does want to leave.

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