Mo Salah has his sights on the Premier League golden boot
- Author: Jill Young Feb 09, 2018,
Feb 09, 2018, 4:52
The 25-year-old has taken his play to another level at Anfield, racking up 28 and nine, respectively.
Salah is without a doubt enjoying life back in the English topflight after an initial disappointing spell with Chelsea, and he's in the running for both the Premier League golden boot and PFA Player of the Year prize.
Salah's journey from Egypt to Arab Contractors started after he moved to Switzerland's Basel FC in 2014 where the player shined with the Swiss champions before moving to Chelsea.
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It would not be surprising if he had caught the attention of Los Blancos, given the form he's in.
"I have nothing to say on those links, but I can confirm I am happy at Liverpool", Salah told an interview with Marca. I always feel happy when I return.
When pressed if he'd like to play in Spain one day, he said: "At the moment I am here (at Liverpool)".
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"[Kane] is a great player, in the last two years he has already been the top scorer".
"Yes, there were other teams interested, but I honestly prefer not to name them. And I am now". I [also] want to help my national team to get out of their group at the World Cup.
"I've loved the club since I was young and knew this was a team I wanted to play for". In my mind I want to win it, but we will see what happens'.
The Egypt global says that he is still missing the current Barcelona star but wishes him good luck at the Nou Camp. I learned a lot from him. "He was my friend, a very nice guy", Salah said when asked about the Brazil ace.
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With 12 league games to go, Liverpool have every chance of catching United and finishing second this season. As a person he's very calm.