Go to Real, Rivaldo tells Neymar
Injured Brazil and Paris Saint-Germain star Neymar should leave France and resume his career in Spain if he wants to become the world's top player, Brazil great Rivaldo said Sunday. Rivaldo, who starred in the 1998 and 2002 World Cups, said that while a return to Barcelona might be too complicated, Neymar should consider rivals Real Madrid. "He could be the best in the world, but I think that if he stays at PSG he won't be," Rivaldo said, pointing out that a French club hasn't featured in a Champions League final since Monaco lost to Porto in 2004. "He needs to leave PSG. The football he needs to become best in the world has to be in Spain," Rivaldo said. "Barcelona, in his situation, is difficult. I think that judging by what I hear, by the information I get from people, that he has the chance to play at Real Madrid." Spanish media have suggested he is eying a move to Real Madrid. However, according to the French League, there is no release clause in his contract with PSG.