Mo Salah to Real Madrid transfer takes huge twist

26 March, 2018, 01:46 | Author: Roderick Gutierrez
  • Liverpool legend Ian Rush offers brazen reminder to 36-goal Mohamed Salah

According to an exclusive report from TeamTalk, Liverpool will look to bring in Ramadan Sobhi from Stoke City in the summer to keep Mohamed Salah happy at Anfield.

The former Chelsea man has made his mark on the Premiership since returning from a spell in Italy and his goal scoring form, 30 goals so far in the league, has sparked interest from the Spanish capital. The Brazilian followed the likes of Luis Suarez, Xabi Alonso and Javier Mascherano as the star players to leave Liverpool and move to Spain.

"The idea came into my head a couple of days ago and I just thought it would be really amusing".

"I think that without a doubt Salah is one of our best players", he said. While Liverpool might not be able to provide him with regular first-team football, Sobhi will surely be a squad rotation option, considering the fact that Liverpool have been looking towards Thomas Lemar as a potential addition in the summer transfer window. Sometimes it's not about being greedy, it's about trophies. People will be out there saying; If you stop Salah from playing, then you stop Liverpool from playing and winning.


But former Liverpool star Paul Ince believes that Salah is exactly where he is supposed to be and that the Egyptian worldwide should reject any potential move away.

"For someone to score 47 goals would be an unbelievable feat and he is capable of doing it if we can get a good run in the Champions League - when I scored 47 goals we won the European Cup so it does need that little bit longer".

"Messi has been rewriting the record books for 10, 12 years. It's the same with Ronaldo", McMahon said. The Belgian worldwide has been far more creative with the ball this season, creating 95 chances this season - 43 more than Salah. Not always, because sometimes they coincide with Liverpool fixtures, of course. No, not in a million years.

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