Fans’ unease with Neymar increased during the World Cup as he occasionally made more headlines for playacting than his performances with Brazil.
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As Cristiano Ronaldo begins a promising new era with Juventus, a period of uncertainty starts for the team he left behind. Real Madrid, Europe's most successful club, will have to find a way to reinvent itself after seeing one of football's greatest players leave. Life without Ronaldo certainly will not be easy for the Spanish powerhouse.The third-best player in the world last year was Neymar, who last season transferred from Barcelona to Paris Saint-Germain for a fee of 222 million euros (now $260 million).Even before Ronaldo sealed his transfer to Juventus Tuesday, there were rumors that Madrid were looking at the possibility of signing either Neymar or Mbappe.OTHER OPTIONSIf Neymar and Mbappe are not options, Madrid could look to other players who have done well at the World Cup, including Belgium's Eden Hazard and England's Harry Kane.Ronaldo said his time with Madrid was probably the happiest of his life.
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