In fact, after another "liker " on Instagram - footballer is filming in listening to the new single of the singer in his auto - they met on the 22nd July last, at the end of the match against FC Barcelona to Juventus of Turin, at the MetLife Stadium in NY, during the american tour of the Spanish club.
It could have been just an innocent coincidence... but we highly doubt it, and so do the fans!
Real paid €94m for the then United star, who had already won a Ballon d'Or and two PFA Player of the Year Awards.
Barça have passed the details of the transaction to Uefa with a view to determining whether there are any "disciplinary responsibilities" concerning Financial Fair Play and adherence to market rules attached to the case. The transfer is worth around £450m in wages and fees.
The transfer Saga of Neymar coming to a close. The opportunity to ask two on a photo course with a lot of comments on Instagram.
"He wanted to express his feelings and I respect him, he's a great friend. Keep like this and never change love you little bro".
North Korea warns U.S. to 'stop your senseless remarks'
China reported trade volume rose in the first half of 2017 against the same period last year, ending a two-year decline. The editorial said the US should not keep "spurning responsibility" for the situation in North Korea.
BidaskClub Lowers Rockwell Collins, Inc. (COL) to Sell
Rockwell Collins, Inc . designs, produces and supports communications and aviation systems for commercial and military customers. Finally, BidaskClub lowered Rockwell Collins from a "buy" rating to a "hold" rating in a research note on Tuesday, July 25th.
Arsenal boss Wenger backing Batshuayi for big Chelsea season
He said: "It's a hard topic". 'I have this perception and I hope I've made a mistake. "This is the reality". The pressure is always the same. "The pressure helps me to give the best , 120 per cent".
Sky Sports News understands Neymar has been offered a basic salary of £26.8m-a-year (€30m) after tax, around £515,000-a-week. The basic principle is that, beyond a small loss now set at €5m over three years, clubs' outgoings must match their incomings.
In 2015 it was revised over concerns that the system preserved the status quo, with smaller clubs unable to speculate in the hope of success.
So how do clubs get around it?
"I am very happy with that because football goes away very fast, our life goes away very fast. and I felt it was the moment to leave, looking for new air, having a different challenge".
Meanwhile FIFPro, the worldwide representative organisation for all professional footballers, has called for an investigation into the increasing cost of transfers in European football. Luis Milla, Michael Laudrup and most famously Luis Figo crossed Spanish football's great divide.
One of the criticisms of Barca's evolution in recent seasons since Pep Guardiola's departure as coach in 2012 has been that graduates from the club's once famed La Masia academy have not been given a chance as the club turned to star signings such as Suarez and Neymar.
However, if the player himself turns up to pay the amount himself, La Liga would reportedly not be able to say no.