yh i agree i have him on my arsenal game he has been on fire him lukaku and walcott have scored 113 goals between them in the 2nd seasonHe scored five IRL yesterday, in the game usually ends up in Italy. He's 178cm in my game. In the Premier league I think he would only fit in at Arsenal.
His stats stay liek that .. its good, i got him at atletico M i love him and looks he dosnt even wana move from my club, he's fast and can give a decent cross time to time, he plays whell with aguero.his a screenshot of him in 2018 he looks very good
His record for Santos goalwise is incredible in 77 App's and 41 Goals ( According to Wikipedia so not sure if true or not) so could be a beast of a player in few years hope he stays at Santos till around he reaches 22/23 years so he can keep improving as Robinho moved to Real Madrid at 21 and dint really blossom in spain at a young agefrom Goal.com
Neymar - 2010, aged 18
HONOURS: Champion of Campeonato Paulista 2010 (state championship).
Named the Best Player of Campeonato Paulista for 2010.
APPEARANCES: 30 (since January 2010)
Style: As skilful as Robinho, Neymar has complete mastery of the ball. One of the fastest players in Brazil, he is naturally right-footed, although he has made improvements on his left side over the past months.
The majority of his goals are scored inside the box, but he has a powerful shot, and can find the net from outside the penalty area as well.
Capable of playing quick, short passes with conviction, Neymar is a very intelligent footballer; he already knows what he wants to do with the ball before he has received it.
Position: Neymar flourishes in a 4-3-2-1 formation. Operating on either flank, he likes to cut inside to supply the striker up front.
He also can play in a more advanced role. In a traditional 4-4-2 for example, Neymar can help lead the line, and will making runs out wide to create space in the middle, and confuse his marker.
Form: At this moment, especially in Campeonato Brasileiro, Neymar is not performing at the same high level that he was a few months ago.
Nonetheless, he is still young, and although his physique seems very slight, he is strong and already used to tough challenges. His electric pace could certainly trouble Premier League defences.
Lifestyle: Adapting to England itself - the really cold weather, as well as the English language - would be a problem for him, as has been the case with Robinho.
Neymar has certainly shown enough skill to compare to Brazilian legends of recent times, even at the young age of 18. However, what all these legends have in common is that not one of them has succeeded in England - only one of them even tried, and that was Robinho desperately seeking an exit route from the Bernabeu after talking himself into trouble at Real Madrid.
Perhaps equally important is that they all waited a little longer before making their move to one of Europe's biggest clubs. Ronaldinho - admittedly the latest to bloom of the three - did not join Barcelona until he was 23, but lit up the world stage immediately once he did. Robinho was 21 by the time he got his move to Real Madrid and even then, showed initial signs that it may have been too soon for him. Ronaldo, ever the exception to every rule, was as young as 20 and smashed all kinds of records in his one season at Barcelona.
But the very notion of Neymar, now 18, finding his way to a PSG or a PSV seems unlikely now that Chelsea have made a bid for his services. He will be heading straight from Brazil to the big time sooner or later. He seems to be more in Robinho's mould than anyone else - and it was Robinho whom Chelsea wanted to sign two years ago before the move collapsed - but does that make Neymar, the next great Brazilian, worth the risk? The evidence would suggest not.