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Salah may move to Spanish La Liga this summer

The Egypt's national player may leave Liverpool to join Real Madrid.

Sunday 15 Apr 2018
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The Egypt's national team player may leave Liverpool to join Real Madrid. While Zinedine Zidane is definitely eager to enhance Les Blancos squad with the player of Mohammed Salah's level, the transfer has not been confirmed yet.  

Having netted 30 goals in the Premier League this season, Liverpool’s forward is reported to have caught the attention of one of the Spanish La Liga giants. According to the media, Los Blancos may abandon the idea of buying Eden Hazard and Neymar in favor of the Egyptian. Mohammed, in his turn, is also rumored to be interested in changing Anfield for Bernabeu. Yet, there are still 2 conditions for the Spanish club to fulfill for the deal to be finalized.

The first one is about guaranteeing Salah enough playing time on the field. And that’s quite understandable considering Gareth Bale’s story of trying to get to Madrid's XI. The second one concerns the pay rise as the player reportedly asked for £160m. However, taking into account the forward’s recent achievements, the sum seems to be quite legitimate. Moreover, if Salah keeps his outstanding scoring ability, his paycheck is likely to increase even further.

The Reds’ attacker has definitely had a great season as he broke Fernando Torres’ record by scoring 37 goals in his debut season for Liverpool. The flying winger also managed to tie with Ronaldo and van Persie when he scored the winning goal in the away match against Crystal Palace. Thus, he has become the third player to score at least once in all 21 English Premier League matches.

 

 

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