Neymar gave Barcelona fans a stunning indication of what they could be going to lose on Saturday, scoring twice as the Spanish goliaths vanquished Juventus 2-1 of every a pre-season well disposed.
The 25-year-old Brazilian hotshot is at the focal point of furious hypothesis connecting him to a gigantic, world record 222-million-euro ($256.8 million) exchange to Paris Saint-Germain.
Neymar had kept the speculating diversion about his future percolating without end in the wake of posting a photo of himself looking contemplative on Instagram on Friday.
Be that as it may, there was little to propose that the alluring striker is overpowered by the exchange adventure as he created an entrancing execution before an offer out 82,104 group at the MetLife Stadium in New Jersey.
The Brazilian broke clear after just four minutes yet observed a manageable shot from close to the edge of the region float away from the objective.
Barcelona, with Lionel Messi beginning, looked by a long shot the all the more debilitating of the two groups with Aleix Vidal and Messi both drawing early squares from the Juventus safeguard.
At the flip side Mario Mandzukic may have given Juve the lead on 14 minutes however his header from a Stefano Sturaro cross went wide.
The Italians were made to mourn Mandzukic's iniquity a moment later when Neymar let go the Catalans into the lead, playing a cunning one-two with Paco Alcacer and penetrating his complete past Gianluigi Buffon.
After nine minutes and Neymar snatched his second, picking his way through a static Juventus protection before covering a low shot past Buffon yet again.
Neymar may have had a cap trap three minutes from half-time, when Messi drifted a delightful go in behind the Juve protection for the Brazilian.
Buffon on this event was equivalent to the test be that as it may and blocked securely.
Barcelona rang the progressions at half-time, pulling back everything except two of their beginning line-up, Neymar leaving for Sergi Roberto and Arda Turan supplanting Messi.
Juventus likewise made a heap of substitutions which prompted the presentation of Paulo Dybala, Gonzalo Higuain and Douglas Costa among others.
The progressions promptly gave Juve a more keen assaulting edge and Dybala rushed to test Adria Ortola with a scratching shot on 62 minutes that was pivoted for a corner.
From the resulting setpiece, Giorgio Chiellini gestured home Dybala's cross to make it 2-1.
Be that as it may it was Barcelona who completed the more grounded of the two sides, with Luis Suarez over and again undermining to broaden the Spanish side's lead.
Man existing apart from everything else Neymar left the stadium without tending to columnists, while Barcelona mentor Ernesto Valverde could just rehash his yearning to keep the Brazilian.
'We need Neymar to be with us,' Valverde said. 'We know his incentive on the pitch and what he conveys to the locker room.'