Egyptian international Mohamed Salah has decided on what he would pay more attention to between the Premier League and the Champions League as they hope to win their first title under manager Jurgen Klopp in his about 3 years reign.
The former AS Roma forward, therefore, said he is ready to sacrifice his Champions League dream to ensure that he wins the Premier League title for the Reds as he hopes to make the history of winning the first domestic league title for the Merseyside outfit in 29 years.
The manager Jurgen Klopp team are now second on the log with a point behind league leaders Man City but the race has been predicted to be a fight to the end as both teams are desperate to land the title.
Mohamed Salah has rated the Champions League as the most prestigious title for him but that can be placed on hold for the Premier League which is also important to the club.
He, however, noted that he will be happy if the team eventually wins the two titles as it will be an addition and a boost.
Meanwhile, the Reds will face Bayern Munich on Wednesday in the second leg of the Champions League round of 16 after playing a goalless draw at Anfield.