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Submitted by SadeckJaffal 572d ago | news

Messi & Neymar would be almost unstoppable at Barcelona - Luis Fabiano

The former Sevilla ace has advised his compatriot to make a move to Spain - with the Catalan giants if possible - and reveals how close he came to joining the Blaugrana in the past

Luis Fabiano says Neymar should pursue a transfer to Barcelona after suggesting the Santos forward and Lionel Messi would be "almost unstoppable" as a front pairing. (Barcelona, Lionel Andrés Messi, Luis Fabiano Clemente, Neymar, Santos FC, Sevilla, Transfers)

KingPin  +   571d ago
thats true. but then neymar is going to need to learn that messi always number one and that he needs to be number two. just like every other striker at barca. the question is can neymar swallow that pill with a smile and get on with it week in week out.

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