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 By Tim Vickery

Neymar can shed adolescent image with maturity, restraint on pitch

Shaka Hislop feels everyone at PSG is bending over backward to appease Neymar and agrees with Walter Casagrande's claim that the €222 million man is 'spoiled' by the media.
The ESPN FC crew blast PSG, in particular Neymar, for their 'flicks and tricks' that were pretty on the eye but in the end did nothing to help them against Real Madrid.
ESPN FC's Paul Mariner breaks down the latest transfer rumours surrounding Harry Kane, Eden Hazard, Neymar and plenty more in Transfer Rater.

It is striking how Ronaldinho was so loved, and how Neymar can be so hated.

The adulation for Ronaldinho appears to overlook the extent to which he betrayed his own talent; as a top-class performer he was effectively finished by 26. True, there were occasional triumphs and great moments afterward -- he was a genius. But he was a genius who had stopped caring. After 26, he was never fit enough to tip the balance at the highest level. Injuries were not to blame -- just his own disinterest. And there...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Vinicius Jr.: I dream of going to the 2018 World Cup with Brazil

Vinicius Jr. has been tipped for the top.

Brazilian sensation Vinicius Jr. says he dreams of making the 2018 World Cup squad, as he prepares to move to Real Madrid next summer.

The 17-year-old Flamengo forward, who has agreed a €45 million deal to sign for Madrid in July, helped his club win the Copa Guanabara two days ago. And he has been listening to the advice of a Brazil legend about his future.

"I dream of going [to the World Cup]," he told Globo. "Recently I spoke with Ronaldinho and he told me that they always take a young...

 By Tim Vickery

Sevilla's Ganso has gone from superstar in Brazil to forgotten man in Europe

Ganso has had fleeting moments but has found European football tough overall since arriving at Sevilla in 2016.

When Sevilla take the field against Manchester United in the Champions League on Wednesday, Paulo Henrique Ganso will not be in their ranks.

The Brazilian playmaker has been left out of Sevilla's Champions League squad, effectively declared surplus to requirements. Meanwhile, his old Santos teammate Neymar is one of the stars of the competition, and is the most expensive player in the world after his move from Barcelona to Paris Saint-Germain.

The pair exploded together with Santos, especially...

 By Tim Vickery

Tite's Brazil World Cup squad taking shape but still places left to play for

Just months ahead of the 2018 World Cup, Tite has tough decisions to make with his Brazil squad.
Brazil's Tite has decisions to make as he rounds out his 23-man roster for the World Cup.

In a recent interview with the local press, Brazil coach Tite confirmed 15 of the 23 players he will be taking to the World Cup.

They were (and this is the way he referred to them) his 11 normal starters, plus four. The team base, then, is goalkeeper Alisson (Roma), full-backs (right and left respectively) Daniel Alves (PSG) and Marcelo (Real Madrid), centre-backs Marquinhos (PSG) and Miranda (Inter Milan; holding midfielder Casemiro (Real Madrid), midfielders Paulinho (Barcelona) and Renato Augusto...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Brazil coach Tite reveals 15 players of his World Cup squad

Shaka Hislop feels everyone at PSG is bending over backward to appease Neymar and agrees with Walter Casagrande's claim that the €222 million man is 'spoiled' by the media.

Brazil coach Tite has revealed 15 players who are guaranteed a place in his World Cup squad for this summer's tournament in Russia.

Tite took the unusual step in an interview with UOL Esporte, revealing a partial squad led by four players from Paris Saint-Germain: Daniel Alves, Marquinhos, Thiago Silva and Neymar.

From the Premier League, Liverpool's Roberto Firmino, Chelsea's Willian and Manchester City duo Gabriel Jesus and Fernandinho are included.

Barcelona's Philippe Coutinho and Paulinho,...