Brazil star Neymar's chances of recovering before the World Cup is increasing every day but his future with Paris Saint-Germain is now under the cloud.
The Brazilian superstar, who departed Barcelona for PSG in a record-breaking deal worth £200 million last summer, reportedly has his sights set on a move to Real Madrid.
Many Paris Saint-Germain fans will have breathed a little easier when they saw Neymar's social-media activity this morning.
"At the moment, all I can tell you is I'm anxious about what's coming up", he said. I haven't asked Neymar personally because I don't get involved in these things.
Neymar said this season has been the least he's ever played, so he is rested for the World Cup that begins on June 14 in Moscow.
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As far as Ronaldo and Neymar co-existing, Zidane doesn't see any issue arising.
Neymar was out injured as his team, PSG beat third tier Les Herbiers 2-0 in the French Cup final to complete a domestic treble.
"I was not supposed to play in the match [Troyes away in Ligue 1] just after the two Marseille games", Neymar said.
"Good players can always play together". What's worrying us is what is going on at the moment. "But we prepare very well by playing games at intensity". "Good people have chemistry", he said to reporters.
Zidane's PSG counterpart Unai Emery was also asked about Neymar's future by a Spanish journalist on Friday, but the manager passed the buck to sporting director Antero Henrique.