'Neymar must leave PSG if he wants to win the Champions League'

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Pin Rumours continue to speculate surrounding Neymar's future. AFP
Rumours continue to speculate surrounding Neymar's future. AFP

'Neymar must leave PSG if he wants to win the Champions League'

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Brazil legend Rivaldo spoke about the situation of his compatriot Neymar in an interview with 'Gazzetta dello Sport' and outlined that the PSG man will have to move elsewhere if he wants important silverware.

This season Neymar was a crucial member of the Parisian side that won a domestic treble (Ligue 1, Coupe de la Ligue, Coupe de France). The Brazilian himself also picked up the country's most prestigious individual award when he was named 'Player of the Year.' 

Nevertheless, PSG's performances in Europe have left a lot to be desired. Rivaldo believes Neymar is wasting his time in the French capital: "If Neymar doesn't leave PSG he will never win anything important."

"Especially the Champions League, which is the most important competition," he added.

"The French league is at a lower level compared to the Spanish and English leagues and he plays for a club without history," continued the 46-year-old. 

Neymar has been heavily linked with a move to Real Madrid in recent weeks in a deal that could reach as much as €370 million. Whilst he is not expected to leave the Parc des Princes this summer, a big money transfer could be on the cards in the not so distant future. 

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