Neymar—one of the planet's most coveted young forwards—attainable to only a very few clubs in the entire world and likely to eventually end up at only one of two, Barcelona or Real Madrid.
At just 20 years of age, the Samba star has the footballing world at his feet and has achieved much in the game already. A move to Europe must beckon soon, whether before or at the culmination of the World Cup in 2014, to be held in his home country.
Should he make the move to Real Madrid, he will team up with another of the most recognisable and heralded talents in the game and a fellow Portuguese-speaking attacker in Cristiano Ronaldo.
Presently, under manager Jose Mourinho, Ronaldo operates most often from a wide left forward's role, supporting the attacking play by making runs infield and directly into the spaces usually occupied by a striker, as well as keeping width at times.
Neymar also frequents the same positions and areas of the pitch when playing in a similar role for club and country, so could they play together?