Liverpool forward Mo Salah “desires” from Real Madrid, however they do not have the “monetary means” to sign him, in line with their former president Ramon Calderon.
Salah returned to the Premier League as he joined Liverpool from Roma. The Reds paid a membership report charge of round £ 36.5m on the time to bring him in.
Egypt has been one of the deadly strikers in world football since transferring to Anfield. In his first season, he scored 44 occasions from 52 appearances in all competitions.
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He has stored that type going ever since, having netted 118 occasions from 188 video games for Liverpool. On this time he has helped them win the Champions League and the Premier League.
Salah has all the time been open on his need to play someday for Barcelona or Real Madrid.
Speak to Sport On Time, Calderon had doubts that Liverpool will likely be ready to “let it go” anytime soon:
“He’s a great player and a goal player. He helped Liverpool by giving his best, however I do not suppose they’re going to let him go.
“It was anticipated that in the event that they thought of it, they might solely let it go for some huge cash.
“Salah desires, in fact, from Real Madrid, however Liverpool would require some huge cash and, if that deal was finalized, it will be crucial.
“Salah is a great player with great potential, and any membership desires to gain such talent, however for Real Madrid I do not suppose they’ve the monetary means to sign Salah.”