Sergio Ramos hopes Neymar leaves Barcelona

Alves holds aloft the trophy

Alves holds aloft the trophy

The indication is deduced from the reaction of Real Madrid's hard tackling Sergio Ramos who was happy that the mercurial Neymar may have played his last El Clasico last Saturday night in Miami, US.

Paris Saint-Germain are reportedly ready to activate Neymar's €222million release clause, with the Brazil global believed to be seriously considering a move away from Barca.

Reports in Spain claim that the 25-year-old was saying his final farewells ahead of a world record switch to Paris Saint-Germain.

Barcelona beat Real Madrid 3-2 in Miami and it was a game befitting El Clasicos rich tradition.

The Sunday Times understands that Neymar Santos Sr has asked PSG to delay formal negotiations on the transfer from Barcelona until after July 31.

Barcelona boss Ernesto Valverde has branded Lionel Messi "extraordinary" as those at Camp Nou set their sights on "all the titles" in 2017-18.

Neymar's departure would be a serious blow to Barcelona. "I always try to talk about things that happen rather than things that might happen", he said.

"We changed shirts at the end and I hope that's the last time I get a Barca one from him, that wouldn't be a problem for us at all". We are going to wait.

Javier Tebas, the president of LaLiga said he was not overly concerned with losing Neymar but would be if it was Messi or Ronaldo who was moving on and Valverde responded to those comments, "I respect everyone's opinion".

"From my perspective, we have Neymar in our team, we count on him and we have to see. I see Neymar in the same place as a few days ago".

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