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Ronaldo Rumored to be Joining Messi and Neymar at PSG in 2022

At this point, it is improbable that Cristiano Ronaldo will leave Juventus this summer. On the other hand, the chatter about a possible extension did not have a follow-up. Therefore, he is highly likely to depart in 2022, at the natural end date of his initial four-year contract. His next destination could be PSG, which are eyeing another star-studded trio.
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Neymar Wants Cristiano Ronaldo to Join Him at Paris Saint-Germain

Neymar has begun openly lobbying for Cristiano Ronaldo to move to PSG. The Brazil attacker revealed in an interview: “I want to play with Cristiano Ronaldo. I have already done it with great players like Lionel Messi and Kylian Mbappé, but I have not played beside him yet.” The Portuguese ace is highly likely to leave Juventus if they did not qualify for Champions League.

Ronaldo the Sole Serie A Player in FIFPro World XI

On Thursday night, the international governing body of football held the FIFA Football Awards 2020 ceremony. Although uventus superstar Cristiano Ronaldo finished second in the Men best player award right behind Robert Lewandowski, and one place above his eternal rival Leo Messi, all three strikers were included in the FIFPro World XI formation.

Meanwhile in Moscow: Brazil Bid Adieu, Belgium Burst Into Semis

It’s a World Cup, but it looks like a European Championship by now. Belgium eliminated the last representative from South America last night, beating Brazil 2-1 in Kazan. The Belgians benefited from an own goal by Fernandinho, and doubled their lead with Kevin De Bruyne, before Renato Augusto could vainly reduce the gap for the Selecao.

Meanwhile in Moscow: Neymar Extends Mexican World Cup Curse

Still not a sparkling Brazil the one seen yesterday in Samara, but a solid and concrete team. That was enough for the Selecao to move into the Quarter Finals, in a World Cup with a keen for brusquely showing the exit door to most of the favorite teams. Coach Tite’s selection moved past Mexico with goals by Neymar and Roberto Firmino.

Meanwhile in Moscow: Brazil Ramp Up, Beat Serbia

In a tournament where the traditional gods of football have been overthrown or forced to abdicate, Brazil had the merit of simply doing their part last night in Moscow, beating Serbia 2-0 with goals by Paulinho and Thiago Silva. Coach Tite’s Selecao controlled an unexpectedly remissive Serbian side, striking at the right moment, and showing glimpses of their talent.

Meanwhile in Moscow: Coutinho Saves Brazil Again

Brazil breathed a sigh of relief today when Philippe Coutinho finally managed to open a breach into the Costa Rican wall, which had held for 90 minutes. Neymar made it two for the Selecao during extra time, redeeming his team after a disappointing debut against Switzerland. However, qualification is still all but granted for the Brazilians.

Meanwhile in Moscow: Brazil, Is That All You Got?

Swiss coach Vladimir Petkovic had said it the day before the match: “We will win our group.” It’s too early to say whether his prophecy fulfills, but surely snatching one point out the game with the Selecao is a promising step in the right direction. Brazil on the other hand had a staggering start, failing to win their third World Cup game in a row.