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Sport Salah doesn't want to swap Anfield for Bernabeu

14:20  08 march  2018
14:20  08 march  2018 Source:

Liverpool set to reward Salah with new deal

  Liverpool set to reward Salah with new deal Liverpool are trying to tie down winger Mohamed Salah to a long-term contract as they look to fend off the interest of Spanish giants Real Madrid according to the Mirror. The summer signing has been exceptional so far this season scoring 23 goals in 27 games to date in an amazing first season at Anfield. The club signed the Egyptian for £31.5 million from Roma last summer but after a number of fine performances, Salah is already attracting interest from some of Europe’s biggest clubs. Real Madrid have become keen on the player after revealing that they are looking for a long-term replacement for former United star Cristiano Ronaldo at the end of the season. The Reds are set to offer the 25-year-old a huge deal which will prevent any clubs from signing the player whilst they are also in talks with fellow forwards Sadio Mane and Roberto Firmino over new deals.

LIVERPOOL star Mohamed Salah won’ t be swapping Anfield for the Bernabeu anytime soon, claims the man who helped launch his career in Europe. La Liga news: Messi wants three signings, Ronaldo transfer discovery, Sanchez shock swap .

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Real Madrid are reportedly interested in bringing Mohamed Salah to the Santiago Bernabeu this summer, however, the feeling is not mutual, according to Birmingham Mail.

It is believed that Zinedine Zidane is a big fan of Salah, and is willing to go up to £90m for the Egyptian, as he prefers bringing Salah to the Spanish capital rather than Harry Kane from Liverpool’s Premier League rivals, Tottenham Hotspur.

However, Salah is incredibly keen on staying in Merseyside as he wishes to achieve more with this current Liverpool side, where he has been amazing in his debut season, scoring 33 goals in 41 appearances in all competitions.

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  Liverpool need more than money to keep star players, accepts Klopp Liverpool have compiled a formidable attacking force, but Jurgen Klopp accepts keeping them happy will take more than money.Jurgen Klopp recognises Liverpool cannot rely on throwing more money at their star players to keep them happy.

The report from Spain claims that Real president Florentino Perez wants to try and lure the Reds into parting company with Salah by offering Bale as a makeweight in the deal. The Egyptian has been in stunning form since moving to Anfield last summer

Roma winger Mohamed Salah wants to leave the Italian club and move to Liverpool this summer. He could become the club's record signing if he makes the move to Anfield , with his transfer fee set to eclipse the £35million they paid for Andy Carroll in 2011 from Newcastle United.

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Real Madrid look to be altering their attack in the summer after the World Cup, with Karim Benzema only scoring four goals in La Liga this season, while Gareth Bale looks to be on his way out of Madrid and back to the Premier League at the end of this current season.

It looks like the Premier League where Real Madrid president Florentino Perez is looking for potential replacements for his current attack, with Harry Kane being heavily linked and Mohamed Salah. However, it looks like he will have to find alternatives to them, especially with Salah insistent on staying at Anfield.

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Champions League draw can't come soon enough - Salah trolls Manchester United .
The Egypt international might have found himself on the losing side at the weekend, but he thoroughly enjoyed United's elimination to SevillaMohamed Salah was quick to troll Manchester United after Jose Mourinho's side were knocked out of the Champions League on Tuesday.

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