Neymar is playing for arguably the best team in the world (Barcelona), with the best player in the world (Lionel MessI) and in the best league in the world (La Liga).
So why would the Brazilian want to join Manchester United?
Barcelona play arguably the best football on the planet, and Neymar is a key player for them.
The 23-year-old forward is a world-class player who has already won the Champions League and could clinch the World Cup with Brazil in the future.
There is little wonder that United are interested in Neymar, with The Sun quoting him as saying earlier this month that he has held talks with the Red Devils.
But how can the Premier League club convince the Brazil international to leave the company of Messi, Andres Iniesta and Luis Suarez?
Perhaps United can assure Neymar that he will be their number one player - maybe that is the only way the Red Devils can get the Brazilian.
Messi is the best player in the world, and he will remain so for a few more years at least (providing he stays fit).
Neymar, like Suarez, will be in the shadows of the Argentina international forward, even though they are both truly world-class players.
For Neymar to establish himself as the best footballer on the planet, he will have to leave Barcelona.
That is how United can convince him.
Tell the 23-year-old that they will build the team around him. Tell him that he will be able to do whatever he wants to do on the pitch. Tell him that they will give their all to make him the number one player on the planet.