Video Of Lionel Messi And Neymar Assisting One Another Shows What A Dynamic Duo They Were
The possibility of Neymar and Lionel Messi linking up on the pitch again is well and truly mouthwatering given what they produced for Barcelona.
As soon as Neymar made the switch from Santos in 2013, the pair formed a special relationship on and off the pitch.
In the four years they spent together at the Nou Camp, their telepathy and understanding in attack was next level and this compilation highlights what a dynamic duo they were.
Nero7Official, who has 37,000 subscribers, put together a ten minute video of every single assist the pair laid on for one another.
It's garnered over 3 million views and features some sensational combination play. It's almost like they knew exactly where the other would be and it became easy to play alongside each other.
You also see that there was such an unselfish nature about the two. Their first thought was always to make that pass to the other if it was.
In total there's 42 instances of Messi and Neymar setting one another up in sublime fashion and that number could be increasing if Messi fulfils his former colleague's desire of joining him in the French capital.
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Just days removed from Neymar dropping the Messi bombshell after PSG's 3-1 win over Manchester United, it's been reported that the French champions are exploring the possibility of acquiring him on a free transfer in the summer.
"What I want most is to play with [Messi] again, to be able to enjoy being on the pitch with him again," the Brazil international told ESPN after scoring a brace.
"He could play in my place. He won't have any problems, I'm sure. I want to play with him again and I'm sure that, next season, we have to do it."
Messi's arrival would go a long way into ensuring Neymar signs a new contract at Parc Des Princes.
In four seasons as the 'MSN' trio, Messi, Neymar and Suarez racked up 364 goals and 173 assists between them - winning two La Liga titles, three Copa Del Reys and one Champions League as part of a stunning treble-winning season under Luis Enrique in 2014/15.
Messi remains the last man standing from the trident after reluctantly agreeing to stay put at Barca last term but he and Neymar could well be serving up some magic in PSG colours next year.
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