Ince: Mo Salah should stay at Liverpool and win the champions league

Posted March 26, 2018

Salah did admit that he followed La Liga, but it looks like he will remain in the Premier League for years to come.

And that will be a big boost for Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp, who will already be planning to build next season's title assault, around the 36-goal Egyptian star. Egyptian FA president Hany Abo Rida said "Real Madrid will make an offer for Salah during the summer", per Sam McEvoy for MailOnline.

Former Liverpool left-back John Arne Riise says that Mohamed Salah should edge out Kevin De Bruyne for the 2017-18 Player of the Year award.

His scintillating form was always going to attract the attention of the world's best teams, and his four-goal haul against Watford a week ago brought about reports that Real Madrid and Barcelona were readying a move for him in the summer.

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African superstar Mohamed Salah has made Liverpool fans forget about Philippe Coutinho, according to a Reds Legend. But I believe Salah should sit tight.

His strikes have helped fire Liverpool into third place in the table and into the quarter-finals of the UEFA Champions League.

"Well, I have heard so many rumours that it doesn't bother me anymore (.) They have treated me very well in Liverpool and at this moment, I belong to Liverpool and I am happy at Anfield", quoted by Spanish outlet Marca.

"He's only 25-years-old, he still has plenty of time".

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After taking the lead through Liverpool star Mohamed Salah in the 56 minute, two stoppage-time headers from Ballon d'Or victor Cristiano Ronaldo meant Egypt were undone in the dying minutes.

Earlier in the season, Salah told the media that he returned to the Premier League because he liked playing in the English league.

In order for Salah to maintain the same level of success in the long term, Rush concluded: "You keep looking to improve yourself every time".

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