Real Madrid forward Gareth Bale was the focus of unwanted attention in the Spanish media on Thursday after the €100-million signing was left out of the team's starting line-up for the third time in four games.
Real Madrid overcame the absence of Cristiano Ronaldo and other regular starters Wednesday, coming from behind to defeat Leganes 3-1 Wednesday in a Spanish league match postponed from a year ago.
The former Barcelona star is said to be growing increasingly frustrated with life at PSG, fearing a lack of strong competition on the domestic front will ultimately prove their shortfall when it comes to challenging for Champions League glory.
Asked if Neymar would wear the Madrid colours one day, Guti told Cadena Ser radio: "I think so".
Coach Zinedine Zidane selected Bale to start against Real Betis on Sunday but he had little impact in his side's thrilling 5-3 win, missing two clear chances in the second half before being substituted, and he was not directly involved in any of Madrid's goals. They are great players and if they are at the top level, they are very important players for Real Madrid. "It is great for me to see those players who have played less, coming on and playing well".
Bale began Real's 3-1 win at Leganes on Wednesday on the bench, just as he had done against Real Sociedad and in their Champions League last-16 first leg against Paris St Germain.
Asensio, who scored a brace in the 5-3 win over Betis, has left Bale in a hard position.
Bale stayed however but has failed to reclaim a regular place having fallen behind the likes of Isco and Marco Asensio in the pecking order.
However, his appearance at the Estadio Butarque, when it did come, didn't exactly give Ceballos much time to impress.