Neymar has named the four Premier League clubs he would sign for as Brazilian tipped for sensational transfer

Neymar has been backed to move to the Premier League this summer.

Neymar has gone on record and named the FOUR Premier League clubs he would sign for as he has been tipped to complete a stunning transfer this summer.

Neymar called time on his career in Europe following spells at Barcelona and Paris Saint-Germain by moving to Saudi Arabia.

He joined Al Hilal from PSG but has endured a torrid time in the Middle East.


The Brazilian has made just five appearances for the Saudi Pro League before suffering a crushing injury on international duty.

Aged 32, he still has plenty to offer if a big team in Europe was prepared to offer him a contract.

And Gilberto Silva has backed Neymar to sign for Arsenal, saying it’s ‘not impossible’ for the transfer to come to fruition this summer.


“I’d love to see Neymar in the Premier League with Arsenal, it would be interesting that’s for sure,” said Silva, who was a part of Arsenal’s legendary ‘The Invincibles’. “It would bring a lot of joy to fans and make the competition even more special. When you look at the Premier League, we want to see the best players in the world and to have him around would be great.

“Let’s see. It’s not impossible that he could join Arsenal, why not.”

Neymar in action for Brazil at Arsenal's Emirates stadium. Image: Getty
Neymar in action for Brazil at Arsenal’s Emirates stadium. Image: Getty

Furthermore, Neymar referenced Arsenal as one of the four English clubs he’d sign for while at Barcelona.


“The Premier League is a championship that amazes me,” the star forward revealed. “I like the playing style and the teams. And who knows? Someday, I would like to play [in] it, yes. I admire Manchester United, Chelsea, Arsenal, Liverpool – these are the teams that are always there fighting.”

Neymar made his name at Santos before securing himself a move to Barcelona, where he excelled and forged a lethal attacking trident with Lionel Messi and Luis Suarez.

But he left Barca for PSG in a world record transfer. He spent six seasons in France before signing for Al Hilal.