Neymar, at only age 25, is one of the top football talents in the world. He's already been a contender for the Ballon d'Or award as the world's top player. He finished third last year behind Argentinian and ex-Barcelona teammate Lionel Messi, and the 2017 Ballon d'Or winner, Cristiano Ronaldo.

Neymar led the Brazilian national team to a gold medal in the 2016 Summer Olympics in Brazil. He also helped lead Barcelona to a La Liga title during the 2016-17 season before departing for France and Paris-Saint Germain.

Is Neymar on the move again?

Last year, Neymar left La Liga's Barcelona, where he was part of an incredible attacking trio with Luis Suarez and Lionel Messi, for Paris-Saint Germain in the top French league.

It was a record-setting transfer from Barcelona to Paris-Saint Germain worth £200 million. For the entirety of his time with the PSG club in France, Neymar has been rumored to want a return to Spain and La Liga.

Is Ronaldo's club where Neymar will land next?

Recent reports suggest that Neymar has been chatting with Real Madrid player Isco (Francisco Román Alarcón) on a regular basis. This is according to Diario Gol, a publication in Spain. In these conversations, Neymar has supposedly revealed what it was going to take to get him in a Real Madrid uniform.

Is Neymar forcing out all-time great Ronaldo?

Cristiano Ronaldo has won the Ballon d'Or a record 5 times (2008, 2013, 2014, 2016, 2017). He is tied with Lionel Messi for the most wins.

He's also placed second 5 different times, also tied with Lionel Messi for the most second place finishes, too. No other player in the history of the award comes close to Messi and Ronaldo. But, Neymar has apparently told Isco that in order to get him from PSG to Real Madrid, Real Madrid would first have to sell Ronaldo.

Neymar wants Benzema out, too?

That wasn't the only bombshell that was dropped. Rumor has it that Neymar would like Benzema, another key player on Real Madrid, to get the boot out of town as well.

Would Real Madrid sell Ronaldo?

Like any other sport, football is ultimately a business. No matter what a player has done in the past for a club, that club always has to have an eye toward the future as well.

Cristiano Ronaldo is 33 years old. For a footballer, this is ancient. He's on his way down, not up. Neymar is only 25. He hasn't even reached his peak yet, physically speaking. If Real Madrid has the opportunity to basically swap out Ronaldo for Neymar, they may very well take it.

Who controls Real Madrid?

That would be the big question if Real Madrid accepted Neymar's demands and sold off Ronaldo. Neymar would think he runs the show. Is that what the club wants? I guess we'll find out.