It Turns Out Mohamed Salah Wasn't Even Liverpool's Number One Transfer Target

Javier Stokes
March 25, 2018

Liverpool midfielder Emre Can has insisted that he intends to "play for a very big club next season". Real Madrid and Barcelona, who could be prepared to pay big money, will surely want to see another year from Salah.

Salah has hit the ground running since joining Liverpool from Roma in June, with 28 goals in 30 Premier League appearances so far this season.

Napoli will be looking for upwards of £50m for Jorginho but Liverpool have the ability to spend that type of cash if they deem a player to be worth that amount.

Plaudits have rained down on the talented 25-year-old and former Liverpool star Kewell sees no reason why a new hero at Anfield can not challenge for the biggest prizes in world football. Although Salah turned it up to 11 this season, already almost doubling his goal total from past year at Roma, there's no guarantee that he would produce the same kind of numbers at another club next season.

"He's got the goals, I don't see why he couldn't win it".

Telecommunications company Vodafone Egypt have agreed to reward all their customers 11 minutes of free talk time every time Salah scores a goal from now on.

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"It is hard because I don't run Liverpool Football Club and I am not involved in the finance, but I would offer him a new contract straight away".

He has been courting interest from the likes of Manchester City, Real Madrid and Juventus.

With Real Madrid talisman Ronaldo having just one more goal in all competitions with 37 and Messi now boasting 35 goals in all competitions, Salah is producing similar figures to the two players who have dominated the sport for the last decade.

It has recently emerged that Salah wasn't Jurgen Klopp's number one transfer target at the time.

Liverpool are going big and it won't be a surprise if they end up signing him this summer.

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