Liverpool forward Mohamed Salah has talked about his future at the club amidst the statement credited to former Manchester United defender Gary Neville.
The Manchester United legend had stated that he can see Salah leaving Liverpool in 12 months’ time.
Gary Neville spoke about Salah while he was doing his punditry work on popular English media channel Sky Sports.
According to him, the Egyptian international will leave Liverpool for a new team next summer.
Mohamed Salah responded to the statement from Gary Neville in a chat with CNN as he said that he’s happy the club.
The Egyptian attacker has been the talisman for Liverpool since joining from Italian Serie A giants AS Roma two years ago.
Salah has formed a potent Liverpool trio in attack alongside the likes of Roberto Firmino of Brazil and Sadio Mane of Senegal.
The former Chelsea and Fiorentina player has won the Golden Boot in each of the last two seasons in the Premier League.
As a matter of fact, he has won the Golden Boot Award in his two Premier League campaigns as a Liverpool player.
Mohamed Salah played a major role as Liverpool ended their seven-year wait for a trophy by winning the Champions League last season.