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Barcelona star Lionel Messi is doing everything else – Fernando Redondo

The Argentine hero remains in great shape in Barcelona and the former star of Real Madrid admits that they never make a praise

Barcelona star Lionel Messi can change everything "at any time", says former Real Madrid star Fernando Redondo.

Argentina's stunt was in this impressive form this season, 33 times recorded and made 11 assists in 32 matches in all Barca competitions.

Barcelona and La Liga are the best shooter of all time, 31-year-old is still at the top of the game and Redondo says he can not talk too Messi.

"She does everything else," Redondo said Football goal. "He is the one who does not balance things in any moment, does it with assistance, with a shot from far, close, with drive, with a cross. It's really out of the series, I'm not glad to praise it."

The Catalan side claims that this term will have a European and domestic swing as they are preparing for the second half of the semi-final of the Copa del Rey half-time.

Clasico clubs meet again in Santiago Bernabe on Saturday when they fight in La Liga, where Barca has a clear advantage at the top of the table while their furious rivals are third.

Madrid, however, returned to a form with eight winnings from the last 10 matches in all competitions. After the chaotic start of the season that hit coach Julen Lopetegui, Redondo feels that his substitute, Santiago Solari, has turned things around.

"Being a Real Madrid coach requires you to run a changing room and put your ideas," he said. "Santiago is very intelligent, able to, knows the club, and despite the fact that it was taken into account at a complicated moment, he did the best way, and we will see what happens at the end."

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Redondo spent six years with Madrid and won two La Liga titles and a Champions League crown before leaving for AC Milan in 2000 and then four years later.

An Argentine former midfielder would like to play next to Madrid's Toni Kroos and Luke Modrice if he was still in the game but admits that Casemiro is probably a safer way to take the third place in the half-year.

"I want to play with Modric and Kroos on the sides, but Casemiro is necessary because it brings balance," he added. "As we have said before, the form and model of the team and its compensation are the most important, and that is a great challenge to a coaching vision."

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