As the UEFA Champions League final approaches, we are still debating who is the best in the world.
It will probably take some time for the world to settle on which player we should watch from afar in a Barcelona shirt.
With that said, there are some good players out there who could be the best of the bunch and if you don’t see the player you want, it is a good way to find out.
For example, Barcelona midfielder Gerard Pique has been linked with a move to the Nou Camp, and if he moves, it could be because the player he was linked with, Sergio Busquets, has joined Manchester United.
Both players have been linked to Barcelona since January 2016, but neither is currently in the squad.
So who are the best Barcelona players in the game?
Let’s get to it.1.
Lionel Messi Messi is probably the best player in the league at this moment in time.
The Argentinian has had a career that is as legendary as any other player in Barcelona’s history.
Since arriving in Barcelona in 2002, Messi has gone on to become the league’s best player, and in the last two years alone he has racked up 4,764 goals.
But what sets Messi apart is that he does it with a style that is so easy to understand that it is hard to even begin to describe it.
Messi’s first goal against Atlético in 2011 was so simple it could almost be described as a ‘breakthrough’ goal.
It was a quick one-touch, that he scored with one foot, and was just a little bit too quick to get it past Atlética goalkeeper Julio Cuesta.
That was just one of many examples of how Messi is an absolute beast in the penalty area.
He is also one of the best passers in the Premier League, having scored a staggering 4,938 goals in that category.
He has even surpassed Pique in goals per game this season, scoring on a total of 659 passes.
He may not have scored a lot of goals in the past, but he has had some pretty good performances in the recent past.
He also has a knack for setting up teammates for goals and creating them with his passing.
But Messi is not just a goalscorer.
In fact, he is one of a handful of players in history who have made more assists than goals.
The most successful of those is Thierry Henry, who scored 1,058 goals and set a new record of 2,094 assists with Barcelona, and he did it while also being the league MVP and winning the Golden Boot.
This makes Messi one of just a handful to have had more than one of these records.2.
Cristiano Ronaldo Ronaldo is one the best players in football right now.
After his incredible run of form in the Champions League last season, Ronaldo was crowned the league champions and set the record for most goals scored by a player in a single season.
His form was phenomenal, and it led to him being named Man of the Match and scoring in the final of the World Cup in Brazil.
The Real Madrid man has scored more goals than anyone else in the history of the competition and is just about the best defender in the division.
In the past few years, Ronaldo has become one of, if not the best, player in football, and we are sure the world is ready to hear his name again.
Ronaldo is the undisputed best in Europe, and could possibly be the greatest in the entire world.
He might not be the league scoring leader, but his assists, dribbles, and passing are second to none.
He should have his name on the trophy.3.
Neymar Neymar is the most expensive player in all of football.
He’s worth around $150 million, but Neymar isn’t the most valuable player in Europe right now, which makes it difficult to say whether he is the league or the world’s best.
The Brazilian forward has scored nearly 20 goals in each of the past three seasons, and has done so with a lot more confidence than his former teammate.
Neymars recent success has been largely down to the fact that he has been able to do so without breaking the rules.
He was one of five players in La Liga to have a perfect season in 2016-17 and had a league-best 31 assists.
However, his season came to an end last year, when he was suspended for four matches, with the league taking a dim view of his actions.
It is hard for a player to continue to play when the rules are so strict, and Neymar has done just that.
Ney has played in just one league title in the five seasons since he joined Barcelona in 2013, and that was in 2014-15.
His record-breaking 2016-2017 season saw him score 22 goals, with a league record of 22 assists, and helped him win the Ballon d’Or for the best footballer in the