ALVES BACKS NEYMAR

Paris Saint-Germain defender Dani Alves has praised Neymar following his impressive debut against Guingamp over the weekend. The Brazil international assisted Edinson Cavani for the second goal of the game while also getting on the scoresheet to complete the 3-0 rout.

Neymar had received widespread criticism for making his switch to Les Parisiens earlier this month after the club paid up a world-record £198m fee to sign him from Barcelona. He has since adapted to his new surrounding fantastically with a goal and assist on his debut, and Alves insists that his compatriot is different from other big-name signings due to his desire to help his teammates out.

Tite wants More Maturity from Neymar after Latest Suspension

Brazil will be without Neymar for the upcoming game against Venezuela after he has picked up a suspension due to excessive yellow cards.

Neymar is a major hope for the Brazilian national team

Barcelona superstar Neymar is a major hope for the Brazilian national team at the Rio 2016 Olympic tournament.


After having missed out on Olympic gold in previous years, Brazil are searching for the only title that has eluded their cabinet so far. On paper, the Brazil national team coming into the tournament is certainly not the strongest but it has one major positive in the form of Neymar. The Barcelona striker has been included as part of the three overage players allowed in the squad. However, national team boss Tite claims that it is not right to expect everything from the 24-year-old alone.

Neymar may be Suspended after Poor Performance in National Team

Dunga has dismissed claims that superstar Neymar has had to face a suspension due to his role as captain calling him to be involved in numerous duels.


Neymar is regarded as one of the best strikers in the world, but he has been unable to make much impact for the national team of late.

Neymar has a contract with Barcelona

Neymar has a contract with Barcelona until the summer of 2018 and transfer rumours have just begun with just over two years left on his deal.