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Sport Salah's agent denies report Liverpool star was offered to Barca

06:05  07 june  2018
06:05  07 june  2018 Source:   goal.com

Ronaldo vs Salah: Who was better in the Champions League?

  Ronaldo vs Salah: Who was better in the Champions League? Real Madrid just won their 13th Champions League last Saturday, 26 May. Despite the final match was an ultimate triumph of Gareth Bale, the main headline makers throughout the tournament were Cristiano Ronaldo and Mohamed Salah. Mohamed Salah, in the red of Liverpool, and Cristiano Ronaldo, in the white of Real Madrid, scored goals worthy of any champions in the UCL 2018. These two gentlemen play the same role but in very different ways, and we could not help but take a hit and compare if not who is the better footballer, but who is the most cost-effective one. In other words, who would you splurge on to have on your team? Our team at a digital startup CupoNation analyzed the performance of star strikers Ronaldo and Salah by comparing against their earnings. From then, we could see who had been the most cost-effective player throughout the Champion’s League (without factoring the final). Based on the study, it makes complete sense why Ronaldo could afford to be ultra confident in his interview for Metro to say that Salah comes nowhere close to him in performance. Portugal’s golden boy scored the most expensive goals throughout the tournament with each goal valued at 436,000 euros. That made Ronaldo the highest-paid player in the Champions League final. Ronaldo also scored a total of 15 goals in comparison to Salah’s 10 goals which valued at a mere 157,000 euro per goal. Impressive numbers, aren’t they? Nevertheless, all football fans would agree that Salah and Ronaldo deserve their praise and price for the showpiece achievements. Cost effectiveness aside, let’s hope Salah will make a quick return from his game-ending injury to be be passed fit to play in the World Cup 2018 this summer.

Real Madrid president Florentino Perez is reportedly scared of losing out in the chase for Liverpool star Mo Salah . Liverpool have signed Monaco star and reported Manchester United target Fabinho on a long-term deal, the…

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mohamed salah - cropped: Liverpool forward Mohamed Salah © Provided by Goal Liverpool forward Mohamed Salah

Mohamed Salah's agent has denied reports the Liverpool star was offered to LaLiga champions Barcelona.

Salah – recovering from a shoulder injury ahead of the World Cup – enjoyed a stellar first season at Anfield, winning the Premier League Golden Boot.

The Egypt forward scored 44 goals in all competitions, sparking speculation of a possible move to European champions Real Madrid.

Barca also emerged as a destination following a report from Spanish outlet AS, which claimed Salah was offered to the Catalan giants.

However, Salah's representative Ramy Abbas used Twitter to refute those reports Wednesday.

"This never happened," Abbas tweeted, quoting the AS story in his tweet. "AS, you need better sources."

Egypt are optimistic Salah will be fit for the World Cup in Russia after he hurt his shoulder during Liverpool's 3-1 defeat to Real Madrid in the Champions League final last month.

Liverpool lead the race to sign Alisson following talks with agent .
Liverpool are leading the race to sign Alisson from Roma this summer following continued talks with the player’s agent. Il Tempo, as cited by Sport Witness, claim that the player’s agent is speaking to Liverpool, Chelsea and Real Madrid. All three clubs have been heavily linked with the Brazilian goalkeeper, who enjoyed a standout season in Rome. The report claims that no official bids have been made for the player, with Roma desperate to keep him at the club. Roma, who lost Mohamed Salah to Liverpool last summer, are digging their heels in and standing firm in their ambition to keep the player. Alisson has previously played down talk of a move away from Rome as he prepares for the World Cup, where he is due to be Brazil’s number one. Liverpool are in the market for a new goalkeeper as Jurgen Klopp looks to replace Loris Karius this summer.

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