At least that is what the Bernabeu captain Sergio Ramos hinted at when quizzed on the Brazilian’s potential arrival in the Spanish capital.
Neymar became the world’s most-expensive player last summer when Paris Saint-Germain splashed out £198million to bring the star to France from Barcelona.
The 25-year-old has made a blistering start to his career at Parc des Princes – but rumours are mounting that he already wants to leave.
He could be set for a sensational return to La Liga with Barca’s fierce and bitter rivals Madrid.
However, his usual absence in March has started to become notorious.
Neymar’s sister was born that month, and the attacker does not hesitate in letting the world know when he is celebrating his sibling’s birthday.
And Ramos could not help but bring the subject up when quizzed on whether he would like to see ace lining-up alongside him with the Galacticos.
Speaking to Cadena SER, Ramos said: “I like to play with the best and Neymar is one of them, I hope.
“What we would have to negotiate is his sister’s birthday [laughs].”