Brazilian Obsession–Brazilian soccer star Neymar covers the latest edition of WSJ magazine with a story lensed by photographer Alasdair McLellan. Just in time for the World Cup, the magazine catches up with the 22 year-old. Styled by Max Pearmain, Neymar charms in sporty pieces from the likes of Calvin Klein Collection. Opening up to the magazine about being compared to Brazilian legend Pelé, who is now in his 70s, Neymar explains, “For me it is a pleasure to be compared to a great player like Pelé. But he is the King of Football. I am just a boy who wants to play soccer.” Read more at WSJ.com.
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