Neymar names his five-a-side dream team

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Barcelona superstar Neymar is quickly establishing himself as one of the leading players in world football.

The dynamic Brazilian has been in sensational form for the Catalans throughout the course of the season so far, topping the goalscoring charts with 14 goals in La Liga. 

The nature of five-a-side is a completely different ball game, however, and the technically gifted star has selected his dream team. 


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Unsurprisingly, it's quite special and it's made up of Barcelona and Brazil stars. Via Mundo Deportivo, Neymar has selected Dani Alves, Thiago Silva, Lionel Messi and Luis Suarez to join him in what would be a rather special side. 

Alves, of course, has starred alongside Neymar for both club and country while Silva is also a member of the Brazil national side. Neymar, Messi and Suarez make up one of the greatest attacks of all-time. 

Becoming the best 

One thing is for sure, Neymar is going from strength-to-strength under the guidance of Luis Enrique. A creator and scorer of goals, the Brazilian has skill in abundance and is one of the classiest players in the game. 

But how far can he go? Of course, he will take to the podium for the upcoming Ballon d'Or, but he may well miss out on the prestigious prize on this occasion.

As it stands, he's still behind the world-class duo of Cristiano Ronaldo and Messi, but he's most definitely gaining ground in pursuit of becoming the very best. 

When do you think Neymar will win the Ballon d'Or? Have your say below!

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