Neymar: 'I admire Manchester United, Chelsea, Arsenal, Liverpool'

Posted March 21, 2017

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.

The west London side have enjoyed a dramatic turnaround in form following Conte's appointment in the summer, with the Blues having slumped to a 10th-placed finish last season. He has won 2 La Liga titles since joining the Catalunya based club.

And Klopp says Chelsea will be worthy champions if they do indeed lift the top flight trophy in May.

It got worse as the Gunners dropped to sixth place on Sunday when Manchester United beat Middlesbrough to move into fifth, and also four points of Liverpool in fourth with two games in hand. "If we do it, that's a success, and if we don't we will be disappointed but we will not stop working or believing in this project". And who knows, someday, I would like to play at it, yes. These are coaches any player would like to play for.

"I find it quite freakish that the prize for getting into the Champions League and that's what Arsenal are battling for - and at the moment they're not going to get there - but that's what they're going for and I can't believe for the life of me that the club doesn't recognize that all this talk and all the things that he's saying there are actually giving the players an excuse to create uncertainty around the place".

Which is the best destination in the Premier League for the Brazilian?