Salah’s future plans may become a matter of concern for the Reds

Salah and Robertson are currently injured

Clubs like Real Madrid and Barcelona are known for participating in huge transfer sagas. And a recent interview with Mohammed Salah has caused a great deal of turmoil in the transfer market. The anticipation of the two Spanish giants may worry Liverpool fans.

Over the weekend, Salah gave an interview to the Spanish news house AS. He was not an honest person in the past, but his specific answers raise some speculations. Both Barcelona and Real Madrid are in crisis to find the next talisman that can take them to their former glory and that can do a better job besides the fertile Salah.

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The wing of Liverpool was phenomenal for the Reds. Since joining them in 2017, the Egyptian has won the Premier League, Champions League, UEFA Super Cup and FIFA World Cup. In addition to collective fame, he managed to win all the individual awards in the league. He owns two gold boots and is well on his way to looking for his third. Which is pretty amazing. His numbers are staggering. And he will easily enter the first XI of any European team at this moment.

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Both Barcelona and Real Madrid are following close points after an interview in which he expressed his disappointment, admitting to AS: “Honestly, I was very disappointed. I expected to be the captain, but that is the coach’s decision. I accept. “

Things got a little more interesting when the Egyptian admitted he was unsure of his Liverpool future when asked about his future plans. “I think Madrid and Barcelona are two top clubs – who knows what will happen in the future?” he replied. This statement certainly caused a lot of speculation in the camp of the Spanish giant.

However, Liverpool are preparing a mammoth contract for the Egyptian. The 28-year-old has a contract worth £ 200,000 a week until the summer of 2023. He will turn 29 in the coming days, and his next signing will be an important step in his career. He is quite aware of his high reputation in the European circle. But according to strong sources, Liverpool will go to any extent to keep their talisman on Merseyside for a long time.