Real Madrid Transfer News: Neymar Signing Will Change the Face of World Football
It will cost a king's ransom, but Neymar will be worth every penny and then some for Real Madrid.
The Brazilian starlet has been one of the most sought after prospects in football, and after measuring their options, Santos has decided that they will get the most bang for their buck from the Bernabeu's deep pockets.
Per Tribal Football:
Despite rival interest from Barcelona and Chelsea, Neymar wants to move to Real and Santos have agreed to sell him to the Madrid giants.
Should he leave this summer, Real will have to cough up €45 million. If they wait until January, Neymar's transfer will cost less.
Real coach Jose Mourinho has already met with his senior leadership group to discuss how to best integrate Neymar when he arrives. Mourinho has concerns over Neymar's flamboyant character, but senior players have assured him they will keep the youngster on the straight and narrow.
The Brazilian has been compared to Ronaldo, and while that comparison is grossly unfair, the future is very bright for the young player.
Neymar has such a great feel for the game, and when he gets around the talented players that Real Madrid have on their roster, he is going to be absolutely dynamite.
The starlet still has to work on dealing with contact and keeping possession, but these are correctable flaws.
If Los Blancos pony up the cash, and there is no reason to believe they won't, they will get a once-in-a-generation talent.
Beating out Barcelona for Neymar was a top priority, and now, Real Madrid have a weapon to combat Barca's immense depth and talent on the world stage.
There has been a lot of forward-thinking moves at the Bernabeu, and this agreement will serve as the crown jewel of Los Blancos' offseason.
Neymar isn't perfect, but with the senior leadership at the club, along with the guidance of Mourinho, the starlet is in great hands, and it's only a matter of time before he makes a huge impact on the world stage.
This is the type of player that can lead Real Madrid into a new golden age.
As Los Blancos celebrate the first step towards a brilliant signing, Barcelona has lost out on another top target, much to the ire of the club's supporters.
That frustration is icing on the cake for supporters of Real Madrid, who haven't had much to lord over Barcelona in recent years.
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