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Valverde: Barcelona is counting on Neymar
30 Julio 2017, 11:47 | Fidele Alvizo
"It's his decision to make but we'll welcome him with open arms if he comes". He can be in all the clubs in all the world.
"It's true, something did happen, but that's sometimes what happens in training", midfielder Iniesta said. "Neymar is one of our best players, and so we don't want to lose that player", he stressed. "He will have his say when he is ready and as a teammate I will support him", Suarez added.
"Our relationship won't change".
FC Barcelona superstar Neymar was reportedly involved in a heated bust-up that saw him walk out of training, amid increased rumours he could soon leave the Blaugrana. Following weeks of transfer speculation, it appears that Neymar's frustration with his situation is boiling over.
New Barcelona coach Ernesto Valverde looks on as Neymar wanders away clearly still unhappy with the events. "He's one of my best friends and I'll always want him by my side, but I cannot interfere", said Alves.
When the ball rolled to Neymar, though, he managed to slot it through the legs of the new-boy.
"This was communicated by the player himself to his closest friends last Thursday, the same day he had the friction with Nelson Semedo during training held at the facilities of Barry University in Miami".
There is also confusion over whether the Brazilian will travel back to Spain with the team on Sunday, the Mail Online reports.
Real captain Sergio Ramos hopes he has faced Neymar - in a Barca shirt at least - for the "last time".
And two: Even if the Brazilian soccer sensation jets from the Spanish club to Paris Saint Germain, he will still be loved. "I've got nothing to do with his decision, it's a very important decision for him", said Alves, after scoring in PSG's French Super Cup victory over Monaco in Tangiers on Saturday. That is that PSG's Qatari owners unveil the player in Doha and have him undergo his medical at the ASPETAR facility there instead of in Paris.
Neymar has cancelled a personal appearance in China next week because he was said to be "busy with transfer business".
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The wily majority leader seemed to have revived the moribund legislation with a last-minute promise of a " skinny repeal ". In hindsight, the dozens of repeal votes from Republicans in both chambers seem now to be so much political grandstanding.
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Interviewing for the CNN poll conducted by SSRS was completed July 14-18 among a random national sample of 1,019 adults. Ted Cruz , R-Texas, which would allow insurers to sell minimal plans with limited benefits and lower premiums.
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But that said, we have a sacred mission to protect the country and I'm proud of these people, and we'll protect them". Now, Scaramucci's future at the White House is less clear, even if Trump reportedly " loved " the outburst.
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Mitt Romney. "If the Speaker says they're not going to the floor with it, then they're not going to the floor", Rounds said. Mo Brooks, R-Ala., who's running for a vacant Senate seat, suggested it was time for McConnell to relinquish his post.
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Kamala Harris was not happy about the late-night nature of the debate. "We are not celebrating; we are relieved", he says. Cory Gardner of Colorado was not that fearless and voted against the citizens of Colorado and the nation.
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But it was the appointment of Anthony Scaramucci to communications director last Friday that set off Priebus' final unraveling. Further, the president's advisers are telling him Kelly as chief of staff is a bad idea, the Times reported.