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April 26, 2018

No talks between Liverpool and Real Madrid over Salah

by Darren Hassennally

There have been no conversations between Liverpool and current Spanish and European champions, Real Madrid, over a transfer to bring Mohammed Salah to the Bernabeu.

It has been reported that Salah is of interest to the Madrid club who are very impressed with the Egyptian forwards remarkable first season at Liverpool, scoring 43 goals in 47 games this season with matches still left to play.

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Salah scoring against his former club in the 5-2 win over Roma on Tuesday night

Salah, dubbed the Egyptian king by the Anfield faithful, was bought in last summer for £34 million, a deal which is looking like a massive bargain for the Merseysiders following his goal scoring exploits for the reds this season.

Real Madrid boast the BBC in attack which consists of Karim Benzema, Gareth Bale and star man, Cristiano Ronaldo, but are reported to be looking to freshen up and bolster their ageing strike force by bringing in Salah and his rival for this season’s golden boot, Harry Kane as they look to strengthen ahead of next season and claim back their league title which they have surrendered to Barcelona this year.

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Bale, Benzema and Ronaldo form Real’s deadly three pronged attack called the BBC

The Anfield club are reported to have told Real that not even £200 million would be enough to prise him away from the Premier League side, however, the lure of playing for one of, if not the worlds biggest club could prove too much to resist for this years PFA Player of the Year should they come knocking.

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Mohammed Salah posing with his PFA Player of the Year trophy where he has scored 31 goals in 33 Premier League games so far this season

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