Even though the January transfer window has only just closed, persistent rumours continue where Liverpool’s Mohamed Salah is concerned.
The Egyptian winger, who has been a revelation on the Merseyside Reds, might be on his way to Spain.
According to the Express, Sky Sports’ Gary Neville noted; “Salah’s going to leave in the next 12 months, I can see it already. He [Jamie Carragher] knows, he won’t say it.”
Former Liverpool marksman, John Aldridge went further by suggesting that Mohamed Salah and team-mate Sadio Mane “could be tempted away if Barcelona or Real Madrid come in for them,” according to the Irish Independent, published by Goal.com.
For his part, Mohamed Salah appears to have not given his employers any cause for concern and it’s believed that he isn’t positioning himself for a move abroad in any event. His boss, Jurgen Klopp, doesn’t seem in the least bit bothered either.
“It looks to me like he is really settled, to be honest,” he told reporters, and noted by Goal.com. “I have no idea, actually, but you could ask me the same question for all the others, and I have no idea.”
Given that Mohamed Salah is a critical component in the best, and most successful, Liverpool side for years, it’s hard to believe that even if the Spanish giants were to come in for him, his head would be turned.
As long as he remains hungry to succeed, it seems he has everything he needs to keep himself happy at Anfield.