QPR manager Ian Holloway has had his say on Neymar's expected move from Barcelona to Paris Saint-Germain.

The Brazilian is edging closer to completing a £198m move to the French capital after reportedly telling his Catalan team-mates of his desire to leave the club.

Speaking this week, Hoops boss Holloway had his say on the move, saying that football is getting 'crazy'.

He said: "To be honest with you, something has got to give, something is going to have to stop because where does this madness end?

"There should be limits put in to make football safe. For me, it's getting ridiculous.

"The game itself is wonderful, as a spectacle, it's wonderful, as entertainment, it's wonderful, but there's got to be guidelines put in there somewhere because it's getting crazy.

"I don't know if it's unsustainable, but I just feel that where the money is going is not correct.

"How many people could you stop from starving in Brazil where that boy's come from, if certain things were limited?

How can people be starving in the world when a footballer is worth that amount of money and gets paid that amount of money per week? How is that allowed? I don't get it.

"We could have a debate on it for the rest of our lives if we wanted, but the game itself is wonderful, it's a wonderful entertainment."

The conversation then moved onto memorable football moments with Holloway delivering an impeccable impersonation of Martin Tyler's memorable coverage of Sergio Aguero's title winning goal for Manchester City.

Holloway added: "For me i'll never forget that. Some of the things I've seen in my lifetime, I was watching that game on the telly at home, my season had finished.

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"I can remember Arsenal winning at Liverpool, with a dink, 2-0, and it was like 'oh my god, what is happening here?'

"I've seen some amazing things in my life in football, and i don't want it to ever change, but for me it belongs to the people.

"When all these things keep going the way they are, unfortunately drives whoever Neymar is, whoever he has become, the boy in the street who practised in the street away. He could probably buy Brazil, that can't be right can it?"