Real Madrid 'Door Open' for Neymar, Says Sergio Ramos

Ramos has said he already has a good relationship with the Brazilian superstar

Ramos has said he already has a good relationship with the Brazilian superstar

Neymar addressed the rumours himself on Friday, insisting that he is happy and Mbappe believes the same, while also revealing how much of an influence the Brazil star has had on him since joining from Monaco in August.

According to Jose Felix Diaz: "Real Madrid have the money to sign a star player and Neymar is definitely someone they would like to see at the Estadio Santiago Bernabeu".

It has been reported that the Paris Saint-Germain ace has a rift with strike partner Edinson Cavani and boss Unai Emery, a claim the 25-year-old has strenuously denied.

There is no doubt about the sensational skill that Neymar brings on the football pitch but his routine on-field antics have fomented a dissent among other senior players at PSG.

Speaking on the issue whilst on worldwide duty, Neymar said: "I'm very well in Paris, I'm happy".

"What bothers me is everyone creating stories about me, with my coach and with Cavani".

'When I arrived here we had a meeting and I told him I wanted to help him, and he told me he would help me achieve my objectives and goals in my career'. I am just one more player in Paris, and the national squad.

Asked again what was bothering him, he added: 'I came here because I asked to do this, to say what I think.

'I know my importance to the team, my role on the pitch, and I do what my coach asks me to do.

The arrivals of Kylian Mbappe and Neymar in the summer have seen Draxler fall down the pecking order, but the Germany worldwide insists he wants to stay and fight for his place in the French capital.

'I had a chat with Tite because every day these things are hurting me.

Previously, there were many rumors about Neymar questioning his relationship with PSG.

On Friday, Neymar nearly broke down during a press conference when he was asked about his life in Paris.

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