He has been highly praised this season for his talismanic performances for Liverpool, guiding them to a top four spot and a Champions League final. I think he'll stay, We never believed in him leaving.
Ronaldo was a huge success in England with Manchester United before joining Madrid in 2009, having started his career with Sporting CP, while Messi's entire professional life has been spent at Camp Nou. The 19-year-old has taken the Premier League by storm this season.
On Sunday, the central defender was speaking to Canal Football after being crowned champions of France and Marquinhos backed what president Nasser Al Khelaifi said, " I have the feeling that Neymar will stay.
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Following his terrific campaign, some football pundits believes he has reached the status of Ronaldo and Messi, with some even claiming that he will be a deserving victor of this year's World's Best Player gong. "One watches other leagues, but at the time to decide, it's hard to leave Barcelona".
"You know a lot about him and the likes of [Lionel] Messi because you watch them on YouTube when you're growing up, you always watch those type of players. We want to overcome that barrier".
"It was a false result because Argentina were much better in the first half, had more possession for quite some time, and that's not at all easy", he added.
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Shortly after the news was revealed, social media exploded with tuts and hisses from viewers who are still totally Team Clayne. Crawford addressed the complaints in a lengthy Tweet, but Fox and Warner Bros TV were already on the hunt for a replacement.