'Although [Neymar's time in Barcelona] ended the way it did, he won important titles here, he won the Champions League, he won La Liga.
Barcelona superstar Lionel Messi has insisted that he has no plans to join Manchester City anytime soon.
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While both the players have been phenomenal and are playing in the same era, in the same league and are also rivals - Barcelona vs Real Madrid - but still there is no exact scale or criteria where one can judge the victor.
Now that the 2017/18 season is basically over and the summer transfer window is approaching, rumours of Neymar leaving Paris Saint-Germain for Real Madrid are gathering pace.
He added: "I am not tempted to leave Barcelona".
Liverpool defeated Brighton 4-0 on the final day of the Premier League season, but were unable to overhaul Tottenham to move into third, with Spurs beating Leicester City 5-4 in a nine-goal thriller.
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"I want to be a champion every year", he concluded.
And the Egypt global, who will compete in the World Cup in Russian Federation this summer, has subsequently been linked with a potential exit from Anfield, with Real sure to be potential suitors.
"I want to challenge myself and test myself against the best players in the world and there are not many people better than the likes of Ronaldo".
"It's more of a desire because of everything we've gone through, rather than an obligation".
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