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With World Cup looming, Neymar admits he's scared

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Cary Erickson | 17 May, 2018, 05:15

Madrid qualified for a third consecutive Champions League final earlier this month after coming through knockout ties against Paris Saint-Germain, Juventus and Bayern Munich.

Neymar's impressive performance has triggered talks about a potential move to Spain again, this time to the Spanish capital to join Barcelona's arch rivals Real Madrid ahead of next season.

He's being heavily linked with a return to La Liga but with Real Madrid.

In an interview with TyCSports, Messi opened up on discussions he has had with Neymar.

"It would be awful because of everything that Ney means to Barcelona", Messi told TyC Sports, per Goal.

"It would make Real Madrid stronger".

The five-time Ballon d'Or victor also spoke of his commitment to Barcelona, saying he believes he can achieve all his dreams with the Catalan club.

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"It was a year where I learned a lot, a different year for me", he added.

Meanwhile, after collecting the award for the best player in France (despite only playing 20 league games), Neymar spoke to the press, and naturally talks about his future was immediately raised.

Rivaldo is still reeling from their failure to win the competition on home soil back in 2014, but believes Brazil are heading to Russian Federation as the front-runners and that Neymar can make a name for himself by delivering the trophy for his country. I will call him in my office. I will not be better anywhere else, this is the best team in the world.

Will it be Real Madrid or Manchester United for Neymar?

Messi and Neymar were teammates for four years in Catalonia, so it's no surprise that the Argentine doesn't want the move to happen.

Both Marcelo and Neymar were named in Brazilian manager Tite's 23-man squad for the World Cup this summer, but the left-back has revealed that talk in Russian Federation will be exclusively fixed on the tournament and not on club football. "It's what we all want".