Red Devils star Ander Herrera Believes that Chelsea’s Eden Hazard is better than Liverpool’s Mohamed Salah.
Mohamed Salah has been incredible this season ever since making a move to Merseyside from AS Roma in the summer transfer window. The Egyptian winger has scored a total of 44 goals in all competitions and won the Premier League PFA Player of the Season, despite many suggesting that Liverpool made the same mistake that Chelsea did. Salah has been tearing up record books at Anfield and has helped Liverpool to the finals of the Champions League where the Reds will face Real Madrid in Kiev.
However, according to Manchester United midfielder Ander Herrera, Salah has not done enough to prove that he is the best player in the Premier League. Ahead of United’s trip to Wembley to face Chelsea in the FA Cup final this Saturday the Spanish midfielder has stated that Blues talisman is the best player in the Premier League.
Herrera On Hazard And De Gea-
On the Big Interview With Graham Hunter, the 28-year-old heaped praise on Hazard despite Salah winning all the honors and individual awards this season, Herrera said, “For me, Hazard is the best player in the league. In my opinion, he’s the best player in the league, I’ve said that since my first day here.”
Herrara could be asked to take on the job of man-marking the Belgian on Saturday and went on to speak of national compatriot David De Gea as the last line of defense is the best in the world, Herrera added that the goalkeeper has some unreal talent, “For me, David is the best by far, You cannot train what he did against Liverpool [at Anfield]. You cannot train what he did against Aguero when he was two meters in front of him and he put the hand out, you cannot train it.”
Herrera seems to be making his statements quite boldly but there is no denying that Salah has been the best player in the Premier League this season. David De Gea is also the best goalkeeper in the world according to me but will have to be at his usual best to keep Hazard from giving Chelsea fans something to cheer about.