Ronaldo, Carvajal back in Real training

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"It would be awful [if Neymar moved to Madrid] because of everything he means to Barcelona", Messi said in an interview with Argentina's TyC Sports.

"Despite the way in which he left".

Mohamed Salah will be hoping to become the only second Arab to lift the Champions League title after Algeria's Rabah Madjer, who won it with FC Porto against Bayern Munich in 1987. It would be a hard blow for everyone, especially for all Barcelona supporters.

Months after Neymar joined Paris Saint-Germain from Barcelona, rumours of him returning to Spain have started doing the rounds.

Should Real Madrid wish to actually deliver the "huge blow" to Messi and their rivals at Barcelona, they may have to get past the Emir of Qatar.

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Mr Abramovich said he had not meant to "defraud or cause harm". "He actually caused harm", in conversation with CBS News . The practice of using brand names in the recorded pitch apparently turned around to bite the Florida robocaller, though.

The 54-year-old sees Ronaldo as the flawless acquisition as other blockbuster players are primed to go elsewhere. Not only that, it is Cristiano Ronaldo in a Champions League final, which is a stern test for a 19-year-old defender. "We have no obligations to anyone". Every year I fight to win everything. The fact that we've been in three finals and failed to become champions in all of them is a heavy burden we bear.

The Ligue 1 player of the year said: "My goal now is the World Cup".

Zidane was also asked whether Neymar would be able to work alongside Cristiano Ronaldo, to which he responded: "Good players are always compatible".

The attacking duo have shared the Ballon d'Or between them since 2008, winning five each, and are widely considered to be the greatest footballers of their generation.

He has often been linked with a move to Manchester City, where he could link up with former coach Pep Guardiola and Sergio Aguero, but asked about the prospect of teaming up with his worldwide teammate, he said: "Me at City? No".

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