The left-back spoke from the Brazil camp in England and was asked if the two would be compatible in the same side.
"If the president wants to sign someone, the president will sign him".
"The dressing-room all wants Cristiano to stay". And Real Madrid's doors are always open for Neymar. It will be interesting to see what the player does with regards to his future and the longer Madrid don't have a manager, there will be more such stories coming out. I guess someday Neymar will play in Real Madrid. Madrid are not open to the possibility of extending Ronaldo's current contract given that he turns 34 next February and is on a steady decline.
Perez is reportedly more interested in pushing forward a €350 million deal to sign Neymar, and a meeting between club officials and Ronaldo's agents in the Spanish capital this week did not bring any progress. It's not like Neymar can't get in because Cristiano is in the team.
Marcelo went on to explain whether Neymar could be Ronaldo's successor at the Santiago Bernabeu, "I've yet to understand how the Ballon d'Or works".
"England haven't given us many memories yet, have they?" said Rashford, who intends to put that right in Russian Federation.
"To me, Ronaldo is the world's greatest right now and I have no doubt in my mind that Neymar will be just as good".
While his form in the first half of the campaign was often disappointing, Ronaldo still finished last season with 44 goals to his name, including 15 in the UEFA Champions League as Real won it for the third year running.
Sources consulted by Goal insist that this is not the final chapter of a transfer saga that looks set to rumble on throughout the summer, while there are still hopes that the striker will eventually opt to stay for at least another term.