Transfer News: Guti urged Neymar to join Real Madrid

Transfer News: Guti urged Neymar to join Real Madrid

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The former Real Madrid player Guti who is now a youth coach at Santiago Bernabeu thinks that Neymar should come back to La Liga and join his former club’s arch Rival Madrid.get more Real Madrid latest news on


According to the former Madrid star Guti the Brazilian star, Neymar should come back to La Liga and join the Los Blancos side to reach to anew height in his career.


Last year in August Neymar completed his move to the French capital side Paris Saint Germain from Barcelona for a world record fee of €222million, but despite that, he has been consistently linked with the Spanish giants Real Madrid this season.


The Former Madrid player Guti believes that right now Real Madrid is the ideal destination for the Brazilian international Neymar if he wants to cut short his time at PSG.


In an interview, Guti voiced: "Hopefully, he'll wear the shirt in future,"


"If he wants to advance and to scale new heights, it's only Real Madrid left for him.


"In the end, he was at an important club like Barcelona and now he is at another in PSG but you only really get to see him in the Champions League. All that is missing for him is Real Madrid."



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