Brazil head coach Tite has advised star forward Neymar to join a club where he would be at his happiest amid recent happenings that have led to uncertainty of his stay at Paris Saint-Germain.
PSG's president gave an explosive interview earlier this week, stating that he does not appreciate the celebrity culture at the club anymore and that he would certainly make changes to ensure that it will not persist. This has led to the rumor mill rumbling again about the Selecao star's future, linking him back to Barcelona or a big money move to Real Madrid.
Tite, who is without Neymar for this summer's Copa America after he picked up an ankle injury ahead of the tournament, has urged his star man to make a move that will benefit his mental state and confidence.
"I would go to a team where I always felt happy – as a person, as a human being and as a family, because there I will be professionally better," he told a news conference, reported by Goal.
"They are very particular situations. It is a professional issue. It has to do with where you feel good, where you feel happy."
The Brazil boss will be looking forward to facing Venezuela in their second group stage match of the Copa America.