LaLiga: Ronaldo and Neymar could play together - Zidane

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Neymar has informed his Paris Saint-Germain team-mates he will not return to the club after the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russian Federation, according to a report from AS (h/t MailOnline's Jeorge Bird).

Neymar might never be the centre of attention at Real Madrid but the move could happen this summer, as the Brazilian has apparently informed his teammates that he won't return to Paris after the World Cup, according to Spanish newspaper, AS.

The 45-year-old World Cup victor rejected suggestions that the 26-year-old's arrival would mean bad news for the Portuguese superstar, insisting that the pair would be able to play together.

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In an interview published Friday on former Brazil legend Zico's YouTube channel, Neymar said he is in a race against time to get mentally ready for the tournament in Russian Federation. Serbia and Costa Rica are also in their group.

"Pressed on the topic by reporters in his pre-Ligue 1 match news conference on Friday, PSG coach Unai Emery said: "(Sports director) Antero Henrique is not far from here and he could come and answer, or why not even Neymar himself".

La Liga heavyweights Real Madrid were thought to be the favourites to sign the Paris Saint-Germain superstar but United have entered the race. The Selecao will open their World Cup campaign against Switzerland on June 17.

Neymar said that at first his return to competitive levels was "complicated". "In the beginning we are hesitant about making the complete movement". "However, I respected what the doctor told me".