Some may suggest that Salah’s move to spain was now a nearing inevitability, with his continuing brilliant form will become “a problem” for Liverpool as the vultures of La Liga’s super clubs start to circle above Anfield.
Barring a deal that would cost around the same amount as remortgaging the sun, the interest in Salah would follow the same pattern that has happened over the past 10 years. A Premier League attacker maintains a league-leading run of form for over two seasons results in a man from spain jumping on a plane with a suitcase stuffed with money.
However, times have changed. Liverpool are genuine challengers to Manchester City for the title and are becoming more and more consistent in Europe. Other than the weather, why should Salah even be tempted?
At the time of writing, Real Madrid sit 5th in the table, Zidane and Ronaldo are no more and are 10 points behind the top-spot. Barcelona may be top of the league, but why should Salah step away from the adoring limelight of
If it hasn’t already happened, the shift in power is becoming more and more apparent
The Premier League is arguably the most competitive league in the world, with five teams that could all challenge for the title, led by some of the world’s best managers. Salah is not only a leading player in an ever-impressive Liverpool side, but he is now considered one of the best players in the world. If Liverpool were to be crowned champions, it
would be the icing on the cake for a side that not only have
With the reds strutting their stuff and checking their shoulders for the boys in sky blue, Jürgen Klopp has to also take credit for the nurture and steady improvement across his squad. Salah has benefitted massively from his human touch, so why would he leave to a lesser side in a lesser league?