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Mo Salah is not on same level as Messi, Ronaldo - Kwadwo Asamoah

18 May 2018

One of the numerous reasons why many underestimated Barcelona's chances of success ahead of 2017-18 was because they lost Neymar to Paris Saint-Germain last August.

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". "If he ends up at Real Madrid it would be a major blow to us".

'It would make the Real Madrid team even stronger than it is already.

"Every time I start a season I try to improve myself, win everything, leave everything every time I go out to the pitch, give the maximum for my teammates and for myself".

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It doesn't feel like Messi meant any ill intent with his comments, and he still seems to have a good relationship with the Brazilian.

This summer Salah has another opportunity to demonstrate his talent on the big stage as he represents Egypt at the World Cup. It's the best city in the world, my kids are happy and have all their friends here.

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

Such form has led to comparisons with the Barcelona and Real Madrid superstars, one of which he will soon face in the Champions League final, when the Reds take on Los Blancos in Ukraine.

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Meanwhile, Messi claims he will only partner with his countryman Sergio Aguero at the Camp Nou if they must play together in the same team. "We want to overcome that barrier".

Messi's Argentina is part of Group D while Brazil has been drawn in Group E of the tournament.

Argentina have been written off by some observers due to their 6-1 friendly thrashing by Spain in March, but Messi, who missed that game through injury, says the scoreline did not tell the whole story.

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Mo Salah is not on same level as Messi, Ronaldo - Kwadwo Asamoah