Back in March Neymar stole the show as Barcelona stunned Europe by completing an historic Champions League comeback against Paris Saint-Germain.
The Brazilian striker, who inspired the Catalans to the 6-1 victory they needed to overturn a 4-0 first-leg defeat and reach the quarter-finals, is now being strongly linked with a move to PSG.
With a world-record £199 million transfer in the offing, here's a look back at that remarkable performance at the Camp Nou.
Real Madrid boss Zinedine Zidane insisted he is "not bothered" by Saturday night's friendly defeat to their LaLiga arch-rivals Barcelona in Miami.
The Spanish and European champions went two goals down inside seven minutes thanks to Lionel Messi and Ivan Rakitic, before Mateo Kovacic and Marco Asensio forced parity heading into half-time.
Gerard Pique grabbed Barca's clincher five minutes after the restart, however, leaving Real winless after three International Champions Cup games.
Zidane, whose team face the Catalans again in the Supercopa de Espana in two weeks' time, can now turn his thoughts to the UEFA Super Cup meeting with Manchester United in Skopje. "This is pre-season and I'm sure that the results we've achieved weren't what we were expecting, but this doesn't alter anything," the Frenchman told realmadrid.com."The important thing is to be ready for August 8. I saw some good things out there, but also some things I didn't like. "We've got to be patient, work hard and be ready for the UEFA Super Cup. "I'm not bothered by the defeat. It always hurts, we don't like to lose but that's not the most important thing. We need to improve and change a few things." Barcelona's Pique scored the winner five minutes into the second half. Barca head coach Ernesto Valverde, who succeeded Luis Enrique this summer, is keen to keep hold of the in-demand Neymar. The Brazilian striker has been linked with a potential 222 million euro switch to Paris St Germain, a deal which would see him become the most expensive player in the world. Valverde expects the 25-year-old to stick around and contribute at the Nou Camp, however. Quoted in Marca, he said: "I try to talk about what is happening right now. Neymar is here with us, we count on him and we think that he should help us out this year." He felt the friendly triumph acted as a warm-up for the two-legged Supercopa showdown, which starts on August 13. After full-time at the Hard Rock Stadium, the former Athletic Bilbao manager told fcbarcelona.es: "Those matches will be different - there is no such thing as a friendly against Real. "My team started the game very well and I was happy with how they dominated proceedings. "We had many chances to extend the scoreline further. "It was an opportunity to see how great these players are, especially Messi who was extraordinary." Source: AFP.
While the Neymar-to-PSG saga might look as never-ending for now, Barcelona are eyeing French striker Antoine Griezmann as his replacement, according to Marca.
The Atletico Madrid forward has a release clause of 100 million euros and decided to stay with the Red and Whites following interest from Manchester United, despite Atletico's inability to strengthen in the transfer market because of a FIFA ban.
Barca have been linked to Liverpool's Philippe Coutinho and Juventus' Paulo Dybala as players to fill the potential void left by Neymar's departure, but both would come at a premium, possibly more than the Frenchman.
But now with Neymar being heavily linked to French giants Paris Saint-Germain, more so after his training ground fight with Nelson Semedo, Barca could launch a move to sign the Atleti hitman. Griezmann was the fifth highest goalscorer in La Liga last season, with 16 goals and eight assists and Diego Simeone knows replacing him would be a tough ask.