Last week a Brazilian court froze the Barca star's assets, along with those of his family and related businesses, to a total value of 188.8 million Brazilian reals ($48 million, €42 million).
A Sao Paulo court has also alleged the 23-year-old evaded almost $16 million in Brazilian taxes between 2011 and 2013 when he was playing for Santos.
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Evidently angered by the Brazilian government's actions towards Neymar, Ribeiro took to Instagram to advise his star client on what he should do.
In the post, directed at Neymar Senior, he said: "Take your money, send everything to tax havens, legally, of course. This way you will stop paying taxes in Brazil! Close your businesses, the Institute of Praia Grande, and go enjoy your life on Mediterranean beaches. You and your family.
"But leave Neymar to play a few more years ... and end his career in Europe, preferably at Real Madrid."
The idea of Neymar pulling on the famous white would be enough to infuriate the Blaugrana faithful.
Only two players have made the switch directly from the Camp Nou to the Spanish capital in the previous 21 years: Luis Figo and Javier Saviola.
Saviola's move on a free transfer did not garner much of a reaction from the Catalonian supporters. However, Figo's $60.1 million move in July 2000 caused uproar.
When Los Blancos played at the Camp Nou a pig's head was thrown on to the field and fans gave the Portuguese star an unbelievable amount of abuse.
However, Ribeiro's comments do not mean a move to Real is imminent or will ever happen. But this will not be taken lightly by Barcelona supporters as a move their most fierce rivals is no laughing matter.
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