Marco Asensio has called for Cristiano Ronaldo to stay at Real Madrid, insisting he and the club belong together and should continue to move forward "hand in hand".
"Hopefully he can get back fit and really do it, because the whole country of Egypt is relying on him".
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Getting rid of the exemptions for Canada and Mexico, meanwhile, could complicate ongoing negotiations on NAFTA. The tariffs - 25 percent on imports of steel and 10 percent on aluminum - take effect at midnight Friday.
Salah's shoulder injury, suffered just 25 minutes into the Champions League final, anxious the entirety of Egypt as it appeared the forward could miss the World Cup, which starts next week.
But Robertson has backed Salah to build on his brilliant season, and believes he could rise to Messi and Ronaldo's level if he does.
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Ronaldo has won the Ballon d'Or the last two years-and five of the last 10-as well as top scoring in the UEFA Champions League the last six seasons, and he likely feels he is worth more to Real than Neymar. We are all focused on what we need to do here with the national team. After the match, Ronaldo stole the limelight by fueling speculation over his future, saying: "It was very nice to be in Madrid".
Asensio now plays as an attacking midfielder but admits there are some similarities in their game and is unsure if he will move further forward in the future.
Ronaldo's mother, in her turn, told French TV that she would prefer her son to go back to Manchester United, although "she likes Paris".
Subtropical Storm Alberto heads to southern states
Early forecasts from the Weather Prediction Center show an inch of rain falling over the next seven days across much of Upstate. The last time a named storm made landfall in this area was Tropical Storm Claudette in August 2009.