'Neymar will be very important for Real Madrid next year'

'Neymar will be very important for Real Madrid next year'

Despite hitting the ground running in France after netting 28 goals in his debut season for the Parisians, Neymar has always been linked with an exit from Ligue 1 - with Real Madrid widely reported as interested suitors.

However, Real Madrid boss Zidane refused to reveal whether or not he has the Brazilian in his sights.

The transfer saga involving Paris Saint-Germain forward Neymar and Real Madrid continues to twist and turn, with the latest reports from France stating his father has met with agent Pini Zahavi to start working on a transfer.

The deal would allegedly see Neymar move to the Spanish capital for a reported fee of 260-300 million Euros. I don't have much to say about that [reports linking him with Real].

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The 26-year-old famously fell out with Edinson Cavani over who should take a penalty last September, and while on worldwide duty with Brazil in November broke down after denying reports of his unhappiness as "false stories about me".

Real president Florentino Perez is said to have made it clear that Neymar remains his number 1 target this summer as he plots a major squad overhaul. "I'm only focusing on finishing the season on a high", he told a pre-match press conference before Real's 3-2 loss at Sevilla.

After Real knocked PSG out of the Champions League in February, fellow Brazilian Marcelo said: "Neymar will play for Real Madrid".

Because of an ankle injury Neymar in his debut season at PSG missed about four months. "If had a chance to play with him, I would feel very happy", Vinicius Junior told Guardian. Former Real player Paul Breitner this week raised eyebrows with these words while debating the future of Robert Lewandowski, and the striker's desire to leave Bayern Munich for Los Blancos, on German television (per La Sexta).

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