Neymar Told He Can Better Ronaldinho & Kaka As Leo Sees ‘A Lot More’ To Come From PSG Superstar


Neymar is not yet at the level of Ronaldinho and Kaka but boasts the potential to eclipse the efforts of two iconic fellow Brazilians, claims the 29-year-old’s former Santos team-mate, Leo.

A superstar performer currently on the books of Paris Saint-Germain has been a leading light for his country since bursting onto the scene as a talented teenager in 2009.

Standing among the modern-day elite has been cemented, having thrived at Barcelona and with PSG, but World Cup glory has proved elusive and Neymar remains without a much-coveted Ballon d’Or in his trophy collection.

The absence of a Ballon d’Or and global glory with the Selecao is keeping Neymar sat behind some illustrious names on Brazil’s roll of honor, but time is still on his side.

Neymar, too, has enjoyed huge success in his career so far but he lacks the greatest individual honor, Ballon d’Or, and is yet to achieve success at the biggest stage of all, the World Cup.

Many believe the Paris Saint-Germain forward does not yet deserve a place among the Brazil greats due to the aforementioned shortcomings, but a former teammate of his believes it is still doable for the 29-year-old.

“I think I’ve faced Ronaldinho during the best moment of his career and the same applies to Kaka,” said Leo, speaking to Goal.

“I think Neymar hasn’t reached that level yet, but he can go even further than that. He has a lot more to still give.”


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