The Paris Saint-Germain striker has not played since February, but knows that ‘soccer-mad’ Brazilians are hoping he will be fit to lead their team to glory in the World Cup.Continue reading post after the advert👇🏻
“Nobody is as scared as me,” he told TV Globo on Tuesday.
“I know that people are a little anxious, but nobody more than me, nobody is as nervous about my comeback and nobody is more scared than me.
“It’s a very difficult time, right? I think it’s one of the most difficult I’ve ever had, because I’m very close to a dream I have, which is the World Cup.
“Thank God I have this further opportunity, this further chance, to try to be a world champion for my country, which is a dream that I have had since childhood. It is my goal. I hope it is my cup,” he said.
Neymar has been included in Brazil’s 23-man provisional squad for the World Cup which starts in Russia on June 14.