Mohamed Salah: The Liverpool striker admits that he “may” be open to a future transfer to Real Madrid or Barcelona football news
Mohamed Salah hinted that his future could lie in Spanish football amid persistent speculation that the striker might leave Liverpool.
The Premier League’s top scorer this season is subject to a contract until 2023 but has been tied to a move elsewhere, as Barcelona and Real Madrid are often touted as potential destinations for Salah if he leaves Merseyside.
Last year, the two Spanish giants were described by the striker as “great” teams, but Jurgen Klopp later downplayed any talk of the Egyptian international’s transfer.
Liverpool plays with Real Madrid in the quarter-finals of the Champions League in April, where the two teams meet for the first time since the 2018 final in Kiev, which ended with a score of 3-1 against the Spanish team, and before the matches, Salah refused to exclude A. Future move to the Spanish League.
When asked if he was keen to try Spanish football, Salah said sign: “I hope I can play for many more years. Why not?
“Nobody knows what will happen in the future, so… maybe someday, yeah.
“I hope to do the same thing I have been doing in recent years. Winning titles, scoring goals, helping my team win titles …
“This is the most important thing for me.”
In January, Salah said He wanted to stay and continue breaking records for as long as possible at Anfield and claimed he was “100 per cent” committed to winning more titles at the club.
When pressed again about his future at Liverpool, he said, “It’s not in my hands. We’ll see what happens, but I prefer not to talk about it now.”
Salah also described his relationship with the coach Klopp as “a normal relationship between two professionals.”
Liverpool’s chances of defending the 2019/20 Premier League title have diminished over the course of the season, with currently leaders Manchester City holding a 25-point lead over the Reds who are seventh in the table with seven matches remaining this season.
Klopp’s side still hasn’t won a home match in the Premier League this calendar year during a string of poor results in 2021.
Salah believes Liverpool’s underperforming league performance means he and his team-mates have more reason to reclaim themselves in a bid to reclaim the Champions League.
“Many things happened simultaneously. It was not on our side that luck was on our side,” he added.
“He made us want to win the Champions League more and I hope we can do that.”
The striker, who is currently in his international position with Egypt, also admitted that he feels uncertain about the prospect of his country being represented in the Olympic Games in Tokyo this summer, which could pose a problem for Liverpool with the start of the next Premier League season on August 14. .
“Whatever happens, everyone will be in agreement – including my team,” he said.
Salah joined Liverpool from Roma for a record transfer fee for the club at the time in 2017 and the 28-year-old scored 119 goals in 192 appearances for the club in all competitions.