Mo Salah rumored to exit Liverpool and embrace Real Madrid or Barcelonaanyevalentine | 31.03.2021 | 0 | Sports , World
One of African best players, Mohammed Salah, sparks rumors of exiting Liverpool where he plays as an attacker. Mo Salah rumored to exit Liverpool and embrace Real Madrid or Barcelona
Mo Salah has been the back-borne of Liverpool in the past seasons since he joined the club in 2017. Mo has scored more than 100 goals and won two champions league golden boots.
The 28 years-old Egyptian was recently linked in a move to join Barcelona or join the white angels-Real Madrid. Salah made it clear he wants to join the Spanish battle to start a new challenge in his career.
The former As Roma player has worked tremendously to build the Red devils as he was instrumental in their last champions league trophy two seasons 2018-19. Mo Salah rumored to exit Liverpool and embrace Real Madrid or Barcelona
Rumors of the African star exit in Liverpool have been on every media especially as he was frustrated in his constant substitution in the 62nd minute.
With two years remaining in his contract in the Red camp, Salah has made it clear in his interview with sun sports that his transfer is not up to him and hints his fans to be in the Spanish pitch one day.
When asked whether he sees himself at another club after four years at Liverpool, he said:
“It is not up to me. We’ll see what happens but I prefer not to talk about this now.”
And this will be interesting to the ears of the two Spanish giants after admitting he’d be open to playing in La Liga. Salah added:
“I hope I can play football for many, many years. Why not? Nobody knows what will happen in the future, so… Maybe one day.”
The winger, who has scored 17 league goals this season, was also asked about his relationship with manager Jurgen Klopp. He bluntly answered back:
“It is a normal relationship between two professionals.”
Sallah’s future in Liverpool is uncertain as he confirms. Reports have about the two greatest Spanish clubs Barcelona and Real Madrid eye’s the Liverpool Talisman.