The British newspaper “Daily Mail” announced today, Wednesday, that Liverpool Football Club has no intention of selling its Egyptian star, Mohamed Salah, during the upcoming summer transfer period.
The “Daily Mail” said in a report, that Liverpool does not intend to sit down with Real Madrid or any other club to negotiate the departure of Salah.
The newspaper added that Liverpool had never considered selling Salah since joining from Rome in the summer of 2017, for about 37 million pounds.
The Daily Mail explained that if Salah is unable to move during the next summer, he will welcome the signing of a new contract, as his current contract expires in 2023, but the Reds are not in a hurry to start renewal negotiations, in light of the current financial crisis due to the new Corona pandemic. Covid-19 “.
She indicated that the Spanish football poles Real Madrid and Barcelona do not have sufficient funds to persuade Liverpool to agree to the departure of Mohamed Salah from the “Anfield” stadium.
Liverpool Salah is considered one of the best players in the club’s history, and the best striker ever in the “Premier League” era, after surpassing the former “Reds” stars, Uruguayan Luis Suarez, Ruby Fowler, Michael Owen and Spain’s Fernando Torres in the goal race.
And Mohamed Salah returned and opened the doors of speculation about his move from England to play in the Spanish League with one of the giants Real Madrid or Barcelona, and refused to talk about the existence of a “hidden revenge” during his confrontation with “Merengue” leader Sergio Ramos, expected in the Champions League, next week.
Salah said during a lengthy interview with the Spanish newspaper “Marca”: “It does not depend on me, I hope that I will be able to play for many years at Liverpool, but why not? Nobody knows what will happen in the future, so maybe one day yes, but I will not talk.” About that now. “
The Egyptian striker refused to talk about the idea of ”revenge” that is now being repeated when Liverpool’s confrontation with Real Madrid in the quarter-finals of the Champions League, saying: “No, I will not think this way, my motives are to win and qualify for the semi-finals. As for what happened previously, will not change.” What happened in the Kiev final is in the past. “
Adding: “I want to focus on my team and how we can qualify in this confrontation, and I think he (Ramos) is like that. We both want to win, and that’s all there is now.”
It is noteworthy that Ramos pulled Salah strongly in the 2018 UEFA Champions League Final between Real Madrid and Liverpool (3-1), and dropped him to the ground, which led to a severe shoulder injury, which greatly affected his performance with his country in the World Cup Russia 2018.