- The Selecao star, Neymar Jr, named Real Madrid's Sergio Ramos as the best defender he ever faced
- The former Barcelona player also disclosed that PSG have put everything in line to win the UCL this campaign.
- Neymar said it would be a dream for him to win both the Champions League and Copa America this season
Paris Saint-Germain star, Neymar da Silva Santos Júnior, has revealed his New Year's resolution. The Selecao ace is relishing the challenge of putting in everything to win the Champions League and the Copa America.
Neymar's much-hyped return to Barcelona ultimately failed to happen, forcing the former Santos star to stay another season with the French league giants.
Amid talks of a possible return to Barcelona next summer, the 27-year-old star disclosed that part of his dreams was to win Champions League and the Copa America, suggesting the Brazilian is hungry for more titles.
"My biggest expectation is to win as much as I can with Paris and the Brazilian national team," Neymar said.
"To seek new challenges, to reach the Champions League final, to win the Copa America again... These are the challenges I intend to achieve in 2020."
"Even if PSG has never won the Champions League, we will fight for it," the 27-year-old said.
Neymar also said he would like to compete with top stars, including Real Madrid defender Sergio Ramos, whom he described as the best defender he ever faced.
'I always talk about Sergio Ramos who is one of the best defenders I have ever faced," Neymar said.
"And I respect him a lot for everything he has done in football."
Neymar also named Zidane and Ibrahimovic Romario and Ronaldo as players he would have loved to play with or against, while naming Suarez, Mbappe, Pogba and Hazard, Xavi, Lampard, Gerrard, Beckham and Henry as players he would love to have in his Red Bull Futsal team.
Meanwhile, Barcelona legend Lionel Messi has reportedly urged Brazil international Neymar to leParis-Saint-Germain and make a return to the Nou Camp.
Lionel Messi has been playing for Barcelona since he started at the La Masia Academy and he has not played for any other club to date.
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