Published: Tue, April 24, 2018
Culture&Arts | By Merle Christensen

Liverpool Transfers: Real Madrid Want Mo Salah For £100 Million Plus Player

Liverpool Transfers: Real Madrid Want Mo Salah For £100 Million Plus Player

In a remarkable feat, the Egyptian king snatched the celebrated award after fierce competition with Manchester City midfielder Kevin De Bruyne and Spurs forward Harry Kane, to become the first Egyptian player to win the award.

Arsenal legend Martin Keown aimed a sly dig at Liverpool star Mohamed Salah after his PFA Player of the Year win on Sunday night.

Klopp said it was already a special campaign for record-breaking Salah after his individual award but wanted him to achieve something with the team.

Salah heads into Tuesday's Champions League semi-final with Roma on the back of being crowned this season's PFA Player of the Year. We both have the chance to go to the final - and that's all I need. "But in the end, in the summertime, we will be at home being champions".

Mohamed Salah has won the Professional Footballers' Association Player of the Year award for 2017-18.

"You can't really jump the gun", says Rush who was in Dublin on Monday morning to promote the summer friendly between Liverpool and Napoli at the Aviva stadium on August 4th.

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"Maybe there are guys with numbers better than him but for me in the team that wins (the title) with five games to go, he was the best". Off the field, he's a fantastic human and he has a great passion for football and you can see that with how we're playing.

It started with him telling Gary Neville that Salah was the best player in the Premier League since Henry.

"I am really not interested in what people think", he said. The Belgian looked like the only realistic choice for the award through the first half of the season, but Salah's form since the turn of the year inspired a re-think. In short, and with due respect to David Silva, that ageless genius, De Bruyne is the best player on the best team in the country.

With four matches to spare, the Egyptian is also the frontrunner for the top scorer prize in the Premier League, having netted 31 goals.

Liverpool's 5-0 defeat to Manchester City in September could have gone differently, for example, not only if Sadio Mane had not been sent off but also had Salah taken some gilt-edged opportunities early on. Hopefully we're going to win.

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