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However, the Brazilian sensation has now opened the door to a move to England at some point in the future after admitting that he'd like to play in the Premier League as he loves the playing style and the unpredictable nature of the league.

Chelsea's march towards the title shows no sign of slowing, but victory pulled second-placed Spurs seven points clear of Manchester United in fifth and nine points ahead of Arsenal, although Mauricio Pochettino's men have played a game more than both clubs.

Despite his happiness in Spain, Neymar has claimed that he is "amazed by the Premier League" and has named Pep Guardiola and Jose Mourinho as coaches that he would like to play under in the English game.

"Of course, on the sporting front it would be a blow, but financially the Champions League does not have the impact any more that it had five or six years ago because of the influx of the television money (to the Premier League)".

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Then Gonzaga committed a blatant goaltend on the other end of the floor, hypothetically cutting the lead to three. Northwestern's 53 second half points were the most points that Gonzaga has given in a half up this season.

Any of the above mentioned clubs (Liverpool, Manchester United, Chelsea and Arsenal) would be highly elated to welcome this worldwide phenomena. These are coaches with whom any player would like to work. "And who knows, someday, I would like to play at it, yes", Neymar told The Sun.

Ray Parlour believes Arsenal have to go out and spend more than £150million this summer if they're to challenge for the Premier League title next season.

Obviously any team in the world would love to sign Neymar and it would be fantastic to see him plying his trade here in the Premier League so hopefully we'll see it happen one day. It's not the last result that will decide what I will do.