Liverpool’s Mohamed Salah has dismissed talks of a move to Real Madrid or anywhere else this summer.
The Egyptian won Player of the Season and Player of the Year awards at Liverpool Player Awards 2018, and took the opportunity to talk about his future. He believes this is a beginning of a golden era for the Reds and has openly declared: “I’m going nowhere”.
Salah has had an incredible season under Jürgen Klopp. He has scored 43 goals in 50 games in all competitions, 31 of which he scored in the Premier League, thus equaling the record jointly held by Alan Shearer, Cristiano Ronaldo and Luis Suarez – with a game still to be played. After that, the Champions League final against Real Madrid awaits.
Such a quality output has naturally sparked speculations linking the winger with all the usual suspect clubs, with Real Madrid leading the line. Some of the Spanish media have even claimed he had an agreement with Liverpool to leave this summer, but the player himself has now openly spoken on the subject and his words are clear.
He said this was just the start, his first season at the club – the same as for some other players, and it has been an unbelievable year.
“On the way to the final we beat top teams like Man City and Roma. It is just the beginning for this team.”
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