Ronaldinho urges Neymar to 'follow his heart' amid rumours of Barcelona player leaving club for PSG

Ronaldinho, who represented both Paris Saint-Germain and Barcelona during a decorated career, said only Neymar knows what is best for his own career.

IANS July 30, 2017 17:12:40 IST
Ronaldinho urges Neymar to 'follow his heart' amid rumours of Barcelona player leaving club for PSG

Rio de Janeiro: Brazil football World Cup winner Ronaldinho has told compatriot Neymar to go where he is happy as the Barcelona forward mulls a move to Paris Saint-Germain (PSG).

Ronaldinho urges Neymar to follow his heart amid rumours of Barcelona player leaving club for PSG

File image of Ronaldinho. AP

The French club is reportedly willing pay a world record £222 million euros ($260.89 million) to take the 25-year-old away from the Camp Nou, reports Xinhua news agency.

Ronaldinho, who represented both Paris Saint-Germain and Barcelona during a decorated career, said only Neymar knows what is best for his own career.

"I can only tell him to follow his heart and be happy," Ronaldinho told a news conference.

Brazil national team coach Tite also added his voice, saying he was confident the national team jersey No 10 holder would make the right choice.

"I'm relaxed about it, both clubs are at a high level. I am sure he is going to do what is best for him and, as a consequence, the club that he goes to is going to benefit," Tite told Radio 730

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