Neymar's Brazilian team-mate Marquinhos has spoken out to advise his fellow Brazil worldwide that he should stick with Paris Saint-Germain's "project", despite the Parisians disappointing showing in the Champions League against defending champions Real Madrid.
Yesterday, Catalan sports newspaper Mundo Deportivo reported that Neymar, who is now recovering from a broken foot in Brazil, has made contact with his Barcelona teammates asking that how can he plot a move back to Camp Nou.
The 26-year-old reportedly feels that Ligue 1 is not as competitive as LaLiga, and that PSG's recent exit from the UEFA Champions League at the hands of Real Madrid, during which Neymar missed the second leg due to injury, has shown that the French giants' project is still far from reaching the required level to become Europe's best.
Neymar joined Barcelona in 2013 before PSG bought him in 2017 for a record 222 million euros.
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He now believes the Ligue 1 is inferior to La Liga. It's hoped he will return to action before the domestic season is over. The report states that Neymar apologised to Barcelona's management.
Before that, Real Madrid's President Florentino Peres said he wanted to buy Neymar and was ready to bring Cristiano Ronaldo into the possible deal.
Real coach Zinedine Zidane said on Friday: "Neymar could play in all the clubs because he is very good, like many players".
The speculation over Neymar's future comes with the Brazil worldwide now out injured.
His goals have helped the Parisians open up an 11-point gap at the top of Ligue 1 ahead of reigning French champions Monaco, however he is now recovering after breaking a bone in his foot.