The Brazilian, while posing with PSG's next season's kit said: "Proud to wear the new jersey and to continue giving you joy", Neymar wrote on social media.
This saga will likely only intensify during the World Cup, especially if Neymar can return from his foot injury and star for Brazil.
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Neymar was very complimentary about strike partner Kylian Mbappe, who will make his loan move to PSG from Monaco permanent in the summer.
When pressed further on the mounting Neymar speculation, Zidane again avoided answering, insisting that any potential move for the forward will come after the final.
Neymar has reportedly told his PSG team-mates that he won't return to the club after the World Cup.
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The incident came amidst the president's frustration over his administration's failure to fully fund the border wall . The secretary added, " Border security is the most basic and necessary responsibility of a sovereign nation".
When asked about the possible interest Zidane avoided answering the question, instead moving the focus onto Madrid's Champions League final at the end of May. But I can't talk about anything like that [Neymar] at the moment.
He added: "Good player are always compatible".
"Good players can always play together". "People said I was not compatible with [former France teammate Youri] Djorkaeff. Footballers hate missing games but I know first-hand that missing World Cup games is the worst feeling", Pele, who was forced out of the 1962 and 1966 World Cup tournaments because of injury, said on twitter. What's worrying us is what is going on at the moment. We must finish this season well, and the rest will be talked about afterwards.
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