Neymar 'not yet 100%' but ready to play for Brazil

Neymar 'not yet 100%' but ready to play for Brazil

The Brazilian has constantly been linked with a move to Real Madrid, but new development states that the forward will prefer a move to the Etihad Stadium sometime soon.

Brazil star Neymar is getting fitter every day as the striker recovers from a broken foot, Brazil teammate Danilo said from their pre-World Cup training camp in London on Wednesday.

Brazil forward Neymar claims reports of his uncertain future with Paris Saint-Germain is "nonsense" but reiterated his desire to work with Manchester City head coach Pep Guardiola.

"The focus is now on the Brazilian team", he told reporters.

He is back in training with Brazil in his homeland ahead of the World Cup, which gets underway. Of course I have to adjust to certain things. "There's nothing that can stop me", he said.

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"I'm still not at 100 percent", he explained in an interview in Rio de Janeiro on Sunday. It is normal that I have this fear of making complete movements.

"Playing in the World Cup is a dream, I hope it won't be interrupted once again".

Brazil - looking to win their first World Cup since 2002 - start their Group E campaign on June 17 when they face Switzerland.

Brazil will play two warm-up matches before travelling to Russian Federation, with a friendly against Croatia at Anfield on June 3 before a trip to Vienna to face Austria on June 10.

Brazil's football confederation spokesman Vinicius Rodrigues said coach Tite made a decision to give the three players more time to rest before they join the squad.

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