Published: Wed, May 16, 2018
Life&Culture | By Rose Hansen

Ronaldo speaks on Neymar's transfer to Real Madrid

Ronaldo speaks on Neymar's transfer to Real Madrid

Marcelo told reporters: "The best come to Madrid and I would love to play with Neymar".

"I don't decide anything for Real Madrid".

Following the game Salah collected the golden boot and was quizzed as to whether he believed himself to be at the same level as world superstars Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo.

"Mohamed salah has performed creditably well in the year under review but I dont think he has reached the level of [Lionel] Messi and [Cristiano] Ronaldo", Asamoah told Atinka FM.

Ronaldo has once again been key to Madrid's success this season in the Champions League. "You look at other leagues, but at the moment of deciding, it's very hard to leave Barcelona". "Cristiano Ronaldo and Dani Carvajal trained alongside their teammates, which meant that Zinedine Zidane had a full squad available to him".

And former Liverpool and Real Madrid boss Rafael Benítez has made a big claim about Mohamed Salah ahead of the Champions League final. "We have to be far superior against them to win".

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"My goal now is the World Cup". Definitely, they are great players'.

He has since changed his mind, though, stressing: "After saying the words, I thought about it with a cool head and realised that leaving the national team gave the wrong message to the youngsters and the people who fight for their dreams".

"The fact we were finalists and weren't able to win is a weight that we carry". It will be a huge test for everyone and hopefully, we come out on top.

In an interview with Marca, Benítez was asked how should Real Madrid stop Salah like Alvaro Arbeloa did against Messi, when the Spanish manager guided Liverpool to a famous 2-1 win at the Camp Nou in 2007.

"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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