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Neymar Identifies FIVE Players Who Possess Greater Technical Ability Than Him

Neymar chose two Premier League stars out of FIVE players who are actually more talented than he is.

Neymar chose two Premier League stars out of FIVE players who are actually more talented than he is.

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The hotshot Brazilian was asked to pick five players who are truly more talented than he is, and he chose Lionel Messi, Eden Hazard, and Marco Verratti.

e also mentioned Thiago of Liverpool and Kevin De Bruyne of Manchester City.

The Paris Saint-Germain forward responded to Oh My Goal when asked to list the players who are more specialized than himself: “More specialized than me? I’m not sure if I can respond to that.

I consider myself to be very likely the most specialist player in football today, despite all the ugliness on the earth.

He said hesitantly, “Yet I would agree… What’s missing from Messi, Hazard, De Bruyne, and Verratti, exactly?

More skilled than I am… Thiago!”

De Bruyne and Thiago are among the Premier League’s top players, and Neymar is undoubtedly a fan.

By the same token, his selections of Messi, Hazard, and Verratti are not terrible choices.

Naturally, Neymar and Messi were teammates at Barcelona and are now at PSG. He has observed his esteemed club member up close and is well aware of his greatness.

having played alongside the Italian maestro frequently since joining the French club in 2017, quite similar to Verratti.

Neymar has confronted the talent of Belgium on both the club and international levels, despite not having played with Hazard.

Neymar, a star for Paris Saint-Germain, is expected to be signed by Chelsea.

The international player from Brazil survived a difficult campaign at Parc des Princes. After his team’s dramatic Champions League exit against potential champion Real Madrid, he was jeered by PSG supporters.

The French heroes are embarking on a busy summer shake-up with manager Mauricio Pochettino on the verge of leaving and a new brandishing boss who looks like Luis Campos in the role of head coach.

Additionally, Campos accepts Neymar’s departure as part of his daily plan in an effort to steer the team in a different direction.

In 2017, Neymar arrived in Paris after signing a £198 million deal with Barcelona. Neymar was expected to be the club’s star player, but he fell short of expectations. He failed to guide the team to the difficult Champions League trophy; they came near in 2020 when they reached the final but lost 1-0 to Bayern Munich of Germany.

Neymar’s attitude and poor organizational style have upset PSG officials, as reported by GOAL, and they want to get rid of him. The Brazilian’s relationship with Kylian Mbappe has also recently become tense; Mbappe is now the club’s main man after signing a significant new contract last month.

While Neymar moved to PSG to escape Lionel Messi’s shadow at Barcelona, he now finds himself trailing both Messi and Mbappe in Paris.

Neymar’s most likely move is to the Premier League given the financial difficulties that several clubs in Europe are facing. Chelsea is currently the top bet at 7/1, according to Sky Bet, to sign the Brazilian.

This comes as no surprise given that Romelu Lukaku will be loaned to Inter Milan and that young attacker Armando Broja is also likely to leave the team. Kai Havertz and Timo Werner are the only forward options left for boss Thomas Tuchel.

The two closest rivals to Chelsea, both priced at 14/1, are Spanish powerhouses Real Madrid and Barcelona. Newcastle is also expected to be a contender, but GOAL reported that Neymar is not at all interested in heading to the northeast.

Currently, pariahs include other Premier League teams including Liverpool, Manchester City, and Manchester United.

Neymar’s future is uncertain, and it is not yet known where he will play when the new season starts.


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