Paris Saint-Germain's Brazilian forward Neymar celebrates after scoring a penalty kick during the French L1 football match between Monaco and Paris Saint-Germain (PSG) at the Louis II stadium, in Monaco, on November 26, 2017.
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Such a move would obliterate Neymar's current world-record transfer ahead of the 2017/18 campaign - it's claimed only United and Madrid have the funds to pull off such an audacious move.
Ronaldo, a two-time World Cup victor with Brazil (1994, 2002), spent the 1996-97 season with Barcelona after joining from PSV and then moved to Inter, returning to Spain in 2002 for Real Madrid for five seasons.
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Neymar has starred for PSG, scoring 20 goals in all competitions - 11 of those strikes in Ligue 1 - but in an interview with ex-Brazil global Zico via YouTube, former Barca striker Ronaldo said: "Sportingly, the decision is a step back".
PSG were 2-0 winners on the night with Adrien Rabiot adding to Neymar's goal towards the end of the game. His former teammate Dani Alves is also selected, but Neymar - who left Barcelona for PSG in a world-record €222 million move in the summer - was not among the names to make the cut following nearly 8.8 million votes being cast.
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Italian champions Juve - beaten finalists for a second time in three years - are represented by veteran goalkeeper Gianluigi Buffon and defender Giorgio Chiellini.