PSG attacker Neymar has revealed that he would really like to work with Manchester City coach Pep Guardiola at some stage during his career.
The Brazil international moved to Barcelona in 2013, but Pep had already left the La Liga side the previous summer, although the highly rated manager is said to have urged his club at the time Bayern Munich to compete for his signature.
Neymar would go onto form one of the greatest forward lines in history at the Nou Camp alongside Luis Suarez and Lionel Messi before making a world record £200 million move to PSG last summer.
The 27-year-old is currently recuperating from an ankle injury ahead of the World Cup in Russia this summer and he has seemingly opened the door to a move to Premier League Champions Manchester City when told ESPN Brazil:
“I have always wanted to work with Guardiola,” said the Brazilian.
“It’s different, I arrived [at Barca] after he left. I really want to work with him.”