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Liverpool Striker Could End Anfield Career

Subair Adams

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Liverpool and Egypt striker Mohamed Salah is reportedly planning to move out of the Merseyside club in the summer according to Don Balon.

Salah was exceptional in his first season with the Reds, scoring 44 goals in all competitions this season.

After his blistering form for Jurgen Klopp’s side, there are many suitors lined up to secure his signature but the Reds are not ready to partway with the striker in the upcoming transfer period.

However, the Spanish media outlet reports that Salah has made up his mind to move out of the Champions League losing finalist.

The reports further revealed that José Mourinho and Pep Guardiola are hoping to sign the 25-year-old striker as part of their reinforcing process ahead of the upcoming season.

It should be recalled that José Mourinho sold out Salah to Roma during his time at Stamford Bridge but he is hoping he could convince him to sign for the Red Devils despite interest from Real Madrid and Manchester City.

He is valued at £175m by the Reds, who are doing everything possible to prevent him from joining another club in the summer.

Salah is yet to recover from the shoulder injury he sustained during the UEFA Champions League final match against Real Madrid and his World Cup fate will be decided in a couple of days.

He was flown to Spain last night to check the intensity of the injury before Egypt coach names his final 23-man squad for the tournament.

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