Real Madrid captain Sergio Ramos says former FC Barcelona superstar Neymar will be welcomed with open arms at the Santiago Bernabeu if he ever decided to make the move.
The Brazilian worldwide stunned the footballing world when he chose to sign for Ligue 1 giants Paris Saint-Germain in August for €222 million (R3.64 billion).
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Speaking earlier this month about Real's woes, Ronaldo said: "I believe the new players who have arrived have a lot of potential and will be the future of Real Madrid".
By Neymar's own admission it was hard to adjust at first and he had said: "The first month was very hard and I was embarrassed to speak to Messi, as these guys were idols to me".
Ronaldo is yet to hit the ground running on a personal note this season having scored just one goal in seven La Liga appearances, although he has fared a little better in the Champions League having hit four in three.
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Asked if Neymar sought advice from Messi and him about leaving, Suarez said: "More than advice, we [Messi and I] tried to do what would benefit the team". I have known him for a long time and I know his ambition and how sour he can feel when he goes home.
Luis Suarez has also said that he and Messi tried to convince Neymar to remain at Camp Nou right up until the last possible moment, although without putting too much pressure on him. "Because of the friendship we have, it was painful that he left", Suarez added.
"I already have the door open for him if he wants to come in December!"
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