Messi says it would be 'terrible' to see Neymar at Real Madrid

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"It would be awful (if Neymar moved to Madrid) because of everything he means to Barcelona", Messi was quoted as saying by Argentina's TyC Sports.

"If he ends up in Madrid it would be a tough blow for us and for all of Barcelona".

Juventus wing-back, Kwadwo Asamoah says Egyptian star, Mohammed Salah has lived up to expectation this season but does not come close to the level of Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi.

Neymar, who is recovering from a foot surgery after an injury in February, left Barcelona last summer after Paris Saint-Germain paid a record £198m.

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The Portuguese goal machine ended up at Manchester United instead, before eventually leaving and hitting even greater heights with a switch to Real Madrid in 2009. I want to win LaLiga and the Champions League together.

Liverpool defender Trent Alexander-Arnold has said that he is looking forward to coming up against Cristiano Ronaldo in next weekend's Champions League final. I never set out to be the best, second best, third or fourth.

The Barcelona attacker also analysed the Brazil squad that has been named for the World Cup, acknowledging that the team works well in a group and also has great individuals.

"Mohamed salah has performed creditably well in the year under review but I dont think he has reached the level of [Lionel] Messi and [Cristiano] Ronaldo", Asamoah told Atinka FM.

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