Published: Wed, May 16, 2018
Sports | By Johanna Francis

Messi: Neymar to Madrid would be bad

Messi: Neymar to Madrid would be bad

Neymar left Barcelona last August, becoming the world's most expensive soccer player in a transfer that upset many Barcelona fans.

"It would be bad if Neymar went to Madrid because of what it means for Barcelona", he told TyC Sports.

In an interview with Marca, Benítez was asked how should Real Madrid stop Salah like Alvaro Arbeloa did against Messi, when the Spanish manager guided Liverpool to a famous 2-1 win at the Camp Nou in 2007.

A combination of factors have seen him fleetingly linked with Premier League champions Manchester City over recent years - namely the necessary financial means, the presence of his old mentor Pep Guardiola and the prospect of linking up with long-time friend and global colleague Sergio Aguero in attack.

"Ney won important trophies here".

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With one La Liga match remaining for the Spanish side against Villarreal on Saturday, every player will be hoping for the chance to impress their boss and earn themselves the opportunity to line up against Liverpool in the Champions League final.

Barcelona star Lionel Messi says it would be "terrible" to see his friend and former teammate Neymar signing for Real Madrid. It would be a huge blow for everyone. "And on a footballing level Madrid would be much stronger than they already are".

Neymar said yesterday that he is focusing on getting well early enough to represent his country at thye summer World Cup in Russian Federation.

Mohamed Salah broke the record for most amount of goals in one 38 game Premier league season against Brighton yesterday by bagging his 32 league goal of the campaign.

The Brazilian has refused to talk about the speculation and said he is concentrating on recovering from a foot injury in time for next month's World Cup. "I am a little exhausted of it now".

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