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Liverpool Told Why Salah Must Not Be Sold…Even If They Get A £130m Bid

Amuda Segun

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Mohamed Salah

Premier League table toppers Liverpool have been informed that they can’t sell star player Mohamed Salah even if they receive a Premier League record transfer fee of £130m for him.

This is according to Liverpool legend Stan Collymore in his column with the Daily Star.

According to him, Mohamed Salah adds goals and assists to the Liverpool team and that the Egyptian international is almost irreplaceable.

There has been transfer rumours surrounding Mohamed Salah and Real Madrid.

The Spaniards have been linked with the Liverpool duo of Mohamed Salah and Sadio Mane.

The aforementioned £130m bid would be a Premier League record surpassing the £89m transfer fee paid for Paul Pogba by Manchester United when they secured his signing from Italian Serie A champions Juventus.

Mohamed Salah has been a key player for Liverpool since his move from AS Roma in the Italian Serie A in a deal reported to be around £40m.

In his first season, Mohamed Salah scored 32 goals as he finished as the leading goalscorer in the Premier League.

He was able to set a new record for the most goals scored in a 38-game season.

In total, the Egyptian international scored 44 goals in all competitions in the colours of the Reds.

In that first season, Mohamed Salah fired Liverpool to the Champions League final before Real Madrid see off the Merseysiders to win the competition for the third season in a row.

Salah and Liverpool went one better in the following season with the Champions League title for the first time in 14 years as they defeated Tottenham Hotspur in the Premier League derby.

Mohamed Salah was one of the goalscorers as Liverpool beat Spurs 2-0 to win the competition.

He has scored 15 league goals for Liverpool this season as the Reds close in on the Premier League title for the first time.

I am Segun Amuda , Journalist at Thewistle.com. You can also find my articles here on topics related to Football. Outside Blogging, I have a keen interest in watching English Premier League Games. For any queries or issues related to articles on our website, kindly get in touch.