Neymar won't win major titles with PSG: Rivaldo

Neymar won't win major titles with PSG: Rivaldo

But the 26-year-old striker has sought to play down the talk of another move. "It stimulates me to see Real in the Champions League [final] and to see others win titles".

That's despite only joining the Ligue 1 champions from Barcelona last summer with Zinedine Zidane reportedly interesting in bringing Neymar back to Spain.

He recently spoke of his desire to win the tournament this summer and with Brazil favourites with the bookies, he will have the weight of his country on his shoulders to deliver the trophy.

In spite of his injury, he was named the French League 1 player of the season just last week.

He is also anxious about how his injured foot will respond to top-class competition, reported Reuters.

"The expectations are very high, not just from the fans but from me as well. That's why this is the biggest challenge I'm facing".

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The striker said he feared he would miss the June 14-July 15 World Cup Finals in Russian Federation after suffering the injury.

"I started training with the ball, making passes, hitting it", he said in an interview on Facebook in the football chat and comedy channel started by Brazilian legend Kaka.

Zidane, 45, has fuelled speculation linking the Brazilian starlet to the Bernabeu after insisting the world's best players eventually join Los Blancos if the club is interested in signing them.

"Of course I had a little fear, but I'm slowly coming back".

After resuming training with PSG on Sunday, the world's most expensive player looks set to make his comeback on June 3 for Brazil in their warm-up match against Croatia, with their opener in Russian Federation two weeks later against Switzerland. Messi, the five-times World Player of the Year, said he was looking forward to the tournament in Russian Federation and was targeting at least a semi-final place with Argentina.

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