Just when Barca fans are rejoicing after the signing of Brazilian promising striker Neymar, reports are doing the rounds that Chelsea defender David Luiz could also move to Camp Nou.
The 26-year-old vice-captain of Brazil national team has reportedly refused to discuss his future plans in Chelsea, hinting that he is ready to leave Stamford Bridge. It was reported that clubs like Barcelona and Napoli are interested in signing him.
It was also reported that Liverpool goalkeeper Pepe Reina would move to Barcelona but it is now uncertain as Victor Valdes is likely to remain with the team.
Meanwhile, Barcelona have got a potential game changer in Brazilian striker Neymar who was officially inducted into the team on Monday.
The 21-year-old Brazilian striker on Monday signed a five-year deal with Barcelona for a whopping 57 million euros (£49m). Barca also agreed to play two friendlies with Neymar's former club Santos FC, besides a monetary transaction.
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Neymar expressed his happiness at the Camp Nou on Monday where he was welcomed by over 50,000 fans.
"I'm very happy to be a Barça player. I'm very excited, I've realised a dream. Thank you so much and Visca el Barça! I came to help. Barça are more than a Club and a great team and I want to help Messi to continue to be the best player in the world," Barcelona official site quoted the Brazilian star as saying.
"I'm very happy to be here. This has always been my dream, both when I was a child and now that I'm an adult. I'm very emotional to have a the chance to play alongside players who I have admired since I was a kid, like Messi, Xavi and Iniesta," the 21-year-old told reporters at a press conference.
He went on to say that he has spoken to Barcelona coach Tito Vilanova over the phone but hasn't met Lionel Messi yet.
Neymar, who has scored 20 goals in 33 appearances for his country, is considered to be one of the key players of Brazil for the 2014 World Cup. He was earlier linked with English clubs like Manchester United and Chelsea.
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