Luis Enrique believes Neymar’s dream of working under Pep Guardiola one day shows he’s got good taste.
The Brazilian attacker spoke yesterday about wanting to work with the legendary Spanish manager at some point in his career.
He went on to say he was happy with life at Barcelona at the moment, but would one day look to play in Brazil and America too.
Maybe they’ll link up with each other in the national team? Neymar is undoubtedly Brazil’s star player and there has been talk of Guardiola’s dream to coach Brazil at some point in his career.
Dani Alves claimed his former manager wanted to lead his country at the 2014 World Cup, while Spanish football journalist Graham Hunter said taking charge of Selecao is part of the former Barca gaffer’s plan.
What does Neymar’s current manager Luis Enrique think of his Guardiola dream?
Luis Enrique: "Neymar says he'd like to work with Guardiola one day? He has great taste…" #fcblive
— barcastuff (@barcastuff) January 29, 2016
It’s hard to blame Neymar and Enrique knows that.
Guardiola is arguably the most decorated Barcelona manager in the club’s history, winning three La Liga titles, two Copa del Reys, two Champions League trophies and twice being crowned the world’s best team.