Neymar, Cristiano Ronaldo.

Casemiro explains how Neymar and Cristiano Ronaldo would get along at Real Madrid

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It hasn't even been a year since Paris Saint-Germain pulled off one of the most unexpected and spectacular transfers in this history of football.

The Parisians secured Neymar from Barcelona for a world record £198 million and sent a strong message that they wanted to truly contend for the Champions League once and for all.

The Brazilian has scored 28 goals in 30 appearances with 16 assists to boot and there is no doubt he has lit up the French league, but PSG exited the Champions League at the round of 16 stage at the hands of Real Madrid.

The 26-year-old was injured for the second leg of the Champions League clash but rumours of a move to Real refuse to go away.

Barcelona would also be in the running to bring the superstar back to La Liga, but given that he supposedly left Catalonia to escape Lionel Messi's cast shadow, that seems unlikely.

Neymar has had several run-ins with his teammates in the French capital and his reputation has been seriously damaged since arriving in Paris.

However, Real's Brazilian enforcer Casemiro believes if Neymar did arrive at the Bernabeu, he would have no problem getting along with Cristiano Ronaldo.

"[Neymar] has always been spectacular, since he was 11 years old," he told El Partidazovia Marca on Thursday night.


"He does crazy things. "I don't think there is any chance that he will come to Real, but you have to ask Florentino Perez. "He knows that the door is always open for him in Madrid, but he is happy in Paris.

"With the quality that he has, I would sign him for sure. I hope he comes this season. He is a great player, one of the top three in the world. He can do whatever he wants off the pitch if he continues to do what he does on it.


"He would get along very well with Cristiano, very well."

Although Casemiro calls the move unlikely, he also admits that Neymar knows he could move to Real Madrid and when they link up at the World Cup this summer, they'll undoubtedly have some discussions about the forward's future.

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