Neymar hints at future Premier League move in Q&A video

Neymar has made a shock admission over his future and a potential move to the Premier League

Neymar has made a shock admission over his future and a potential move to the Premier League

The Brazilian star, however, said Neymar is a "better player" than Frenchman Kylian Mbappe, his colleague at PSG and who this year won the World Cup in Russian Federation with the French national team.

Speaking on his official YouTube channel, the Brazilian fielded questions from various football stars including his former Barcelona teammate Luis Suarez and Brazil worldwide colleague Gabriel Jesus. "One of the greatest in the world", Neymar replied in a video posted on YouTube after being asked by Manchester City full-back Benjamin Mendy if he would ever play in the Premier League.

'We don't know what will happen tomorrow but I believe that every great player, at least one day, has to play in the Premier League.

Mendy's question was straight to the point.

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Neymar, of course, joined PSG for a world record £199m in 2017 and has been tipped to move to Spanish giants Real Madrid in the near future, with Los Blancos keen to sign a big name to replace the departed Cristiano Ronaldo. Do you think you'll one day play in the Premier League?'

David Beckham then pleaded with the winger to play for his Miami franchise: "When you finish playing in Europe, will you come to Miami please?" To which Neymar responded: 'Hey Gab, challenge accepted!'

"Sometimes I talk to his father, sometimes I see Neymar for adverts, it's hard to defend him for all the things he's doing in football, and I talked to him", he said, according to Sport.

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