Messi: It Would Be 'Terrible' to See Neymar at Real Madrid

Messi: It Would Be 'Terrible' to See Neymar at Real Madrid

Messi: It Would Be 'Terrible' to See Neymar at Real Madrid

Neymar's former teammate Messi, in an interview with Argentine TV channel TyC Sports, said, "It would be awful, because of everything he means to Barcelona".

"It would be bad because of what Ney means to Barcelona", Messi told Argentina's TyC Sports on Tuesday, reports Efe news agency.

Neymar left Barcelona last August, becoming the world's most expensive soccer player in a transfer that upset many Barcelona fans. He won the Champions League and La Liga. It would be a huge blow for everyone. "On a football level, it will make Madrid much stronger than it already is", he said. He holds the notion that he has nothing to prove by being successful at another club.

Though they are certain not to finish in the bottom two and suffer automatic relegation to Domino's Ligue 2, they could still find themselves caught by Toulouse FC, the team now in the promotion/relegation play-off position and who play at home to mid-table En Avant Guingamp for their final game. The former made it clear that he has no competition with his rival from Real.

"I'm not tempted to leave Barça", he began.

Lachlan Murdoch set to become chairman and CEO of 'New Fox'
The next phase is expected to take place in the summer when shareholders will be asked for their approval of the sell-off. He denounced President Donald Trump's reaction to the race-related violence in Charlottesville, Virginia, last August.

SpaceX delays launch debut of upgraded Falcon rocket
About 10 minutes after launch, the first stage of the Falcon 9 came back in for a pretty landing back on Earth. This satellite aims to provide broadcast and communications services to citizens in Bangladesh.

Cavani To Replace Morata As Chelsea Moves To Offload Striker
The 25-year-old has recently lost his place to Olivier Giroud , who has been in good form since joining from Arsenal for £18m ($24m).

"I think every important player wants to play at Real Madrid, they all want to come and play here, that's inevitable", said Zidane recently of the rumours. "I've started shooting, passing and, now, it's just a case of improving", he said.

Brazil's 23-members football team squad has been announced for the 2018 FIFA World Cup, which will take place in Russian Federation.

Odriozola, 22, is a right-back for Real Sociedad and is regarded as one of the league's brightest talents, and Messi wants the Catalan outfit to activate his €40M release clause, as per Don Balon.

"I don't compete with him. We want to overcome that barrier", he said.

Related news