The 23-year-old has been heavily linked with a move away from the Catalan giants in recent weeks and months, with Manchester United, Manchester City [both via The Sun] and Real Madrid [Sport via Goal]—a mark of Florentino Perez’s ambition—all understood to be keen on the Selecao hero.
As reported by the Express, the forward has revealed that he is not wholly rejecting the notion of an exit from the Nou Camp out of hand, and—directly referring to the rumours linking him to Manchester—has insisted that anything could happen.
“Yes, yes,” Neymar began, when asked about interest from United and City. “I don’t know, life is long.”
However, despite the attacker’s comments, it remains to be seen whether he would truly be open to a move away from Barcelona, where he has already achieved great success and established himself as one third of one of the greatest attacking lines in the game’s history.
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Since moving to Spain from Santos in 2013, he has won La Liga, the Copa del Rey, the Champions League, the Super Cup and the Club World Cup, as well as the Spanish Super Cup.