Mohamed Salah has spoken about his future at Liverpool.
The Egyptian’s future has been under scrutiny with reports in England suggesting that he isn’t happy at the club.
Salah has arguably been Liverpool’s best player so far this season. He has netted 17 goals in the Premier League and 25 goals in all competitions.
Speaking to Marca, Salah said it’s not up to him whether he stays at Anfield or leaves. He continued to say that his relationship with Jurgen Klopp is professional.
“It’s not up to me whether I stay. We’ll see what happens, but I prefer not to talk about that now.
“My relationship with Klopp is a normal relationship between two professionals. That’s how I’d describe it.”
There has been many talks of the 29-year-old moving to Spain to join Real Madrid or FC Barcelona. Salah does not rule that out saying he still has a lot to offer in the next few years.
“I hope to be able to play for many more years, Why not?. No one knows what’s going to happen in the future, so… maybe one day I will play in Spain, yes.”
It remains to be seen how things will transpire in the upcoming transfer window, but the forward will be eager to help the Reds finish the season stronger. Under the current circumstances, a top four finish will be an acceptable outcome for the defending champions.
Liverpool currently sit in seventh position on the Premier League log table with 46 points from 29 games. Klopp’s side also have a tough Uefa Champions League last eight clash against Real Madrid next week Tuesday and Salah will hope to be on song.
To get to the quarter-finals, the Reds defeated RB Leipzig with a 4-0 aggregate score line over two legs. Salah scored two goals while his African compatriot Sadio Mane also netted twice.
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