Liverpool’s Mohamed Salah has been in a spectacular form this season, putting various clubs in Europe on alert.
A summer transfer of £36m, returning to England from Roma after his miserable spell Chelsea, with no baggage of expectations. This was the story of Liverpool’s Mohamed Salah back in June. But after 9 months and 37 goals with Liverpool, the plot has completely changed in the winger’s story. The Egyptian Messi is on the Radar of European giants like Real Madrid, Barcelona, and PSG and according to the reports in The Sun, all three clubs are ready to spend big for the 25-year-old.
Real Madrid have been previously linked with a player as Bale’s replacement on the right wing. Florentino Perez is reportedly ready to offer Gareth Bale in a swap deal to the English club’s for his various targets and Liverpool can be one them. Barcelona and PSG, already have a packed attack and it will be interesting to see how Salah will fit into their plans. However, Liverpool will try their best to keep the player at the Anfield.
To that end Jurgen Klopp’s staff will increase the transfer amount to keep the big clubs away. If the reports are to be believed, Klopp and his team are ready to put a tag of £200m plus on Salah- which will be allegedly more than Neymar’s record for the highest transfer fee.
— KING SALAH (@LfcNo10) March 18, 2018
The boss does not want yet another big name to leave the Anfield after Philippe Coutinho’s big money move to Barcelona. The manager wants to build a team to fight for the Premier League title. But Salah’s departure will just leave two of their original “Fab Four” at the Anfield- Firmino, and Mane.
The speedster is leading the Golden Boot race with 28 goals and the player can break Premier League record for the most goals in one season, jointly held by Alan Shearer, Cristiano Ronaldo and Luis Suarez (31).
The media is always ready to link the in-form players with the clubs like Real Madrid and Barcelona. But given the Liverpool star’s talent and Real Madrid’s current attack, I will not be surprised if Los Blancos make an effort to sign the player. The same cannot be said for Barcelona and PSG as they clearly have no spot open for the Egyptian.
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