Ronaldo and Messi could join Neymar at PSG - says Brazil star's agent

Wagner Ribeiro thinks it more likely Lionel Messi will go to Paris Saint-Germain than it is for Neymar to leave the Ligue 1 champions.

Neymar's agent suggests Messi and Ronaldo could join Brazil star at PSG

Wagner Ribeiro, the agent of PSG striker Neymar, has suggested that Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo could join the Brazil star in Paris to complete the most sensational forward line-up in history. 

Messi's future has come under scrutiny again in the wake of Barcelona's 8-2 thrashing by Bayern Munich in the Champions League quarter-finals.

There has also been speculation Juventus could look to sell Ronaldo, who has won two Serie A titles in two seasons in Turin but been unable to fire them to European glory.

Neymar set to stay at PSG, says Wagner

Neymar has previously been linked with a return to Spain with Barca or Real Madrid and Wagner Ribeiro admits the player had considered such a move.

However, he is now confident the forward will stay in France until at least 2022 and even thinks Messi and Ronaldo could join him at Parc des Princes if PSG's Qatari owners make the funds available.

"There was a time when he was sad because of his injuries," Ribeiro told Placar.

"At that time, he was inclined to leave, to return to Barcelona or go to Real Madrid. Not today - you can see how happy he is.

"Living in the 'City of Light', where everyone wants to go for a stroll, enjoying French cuisine, living in a beautiful house, friends and family nearby, playing for one of the best clubs with everything a person could need or like... what reason would he have to leave PSG today?

CRISTIANO RONALDO PONE FIN A SUS VACACIONES POR LAS ISLAS BALEARESCristiano Ronaldo during a holidays in Ibiza, on Wednesday, August 19, 2020.

Wagner: Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo? Don't doubt PSG owners' power

"Neymar is happy and I think he'll stay at PSG for at least two more years. Today, without any doubt, it's easier for Messi to go to PSG than for Neymar to return to Barcelona.

"Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo. I'm serious: you can't doubt the economic power of Qatar."

Neymar and PSG are preparing for Sunday's Champions League final against Bayern Munich, having beaten RB Leipzig 3-0 in their semi-final.