Neymar to Real would be tough for Barcelona, says Messi

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Barcelona star striker Lionel Messi has no personal battle with his long-time Real Madrid rival Cristiano Ronaldo in a race to be considered "the best in history".

Although he has been linked with money-spinning moves to China, the 30-year-old poured scorn on the likelihood of ever leaving Barca.

Messi and Neymar had four trophy-laden at Camp Nou but the Argentian admits it would be tough to see Neymar at their rivals, telling TyC Sports: 'It would be bad because of everything that Ney means to Barcelona.

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

Salah will face Ronaldo when Liverpool take on Real Madrid in the Champions League final later this month and the Egypt international's reputation will soar even higher if he is able to help Jurgen Klopp's team win Europe's elite club competition. "If he ends up at Real Madrid it would be a major blow to us".

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In this day and age, there are only a handful of players who can make a difference the way that Neymar can and ofcourse Lionel Messi knows what it would mean to Real Madrid if they were able to acquire the services of the Brazilian. "I am not tempted to leave Barcelona". I do not need change.

"I don't need to go to another team to prove anything to anybody, "Messi said".

Messi will soon begin World Cup preparations with Argentina, who are looking to go one better than they managed four years ago, when they lost the final to Germany. It's the best city in the world, my kids are happy and have all their friends here.

"I want to win the Champions League every year, to be a league champion every year". The Ligue 1 player of the year said: "My goal now is the World Cup. We want to overcome that barrier".