Mohamed Salah has been an absolute revelation this season.
The Egyptian flyer has taken the English game by storm since arriving at Liverpool from Italian side Roma, scoring 32 goals in all competitions and blowing defences away with his blistering speed and almost untrackable movement.
Salah is proving to be the signing of the season and what an absolute bargain too.
At just £36 million, in the current market, the 25-year-old could be considered one of the deals of the century, especially if he goes on to win the Golden Boot in his first season at Anfield.
With Harry Kane set to miss a few games through injury, Salah has the chance to take the race for the country’s leading scorer by the scruff of the neck when Liverpool welcome Watford to Anfield on Saturday afternoon.
So good has Salah been this season, that there are already rumours linking him with a move away from Merseyside, with Real Madrid said to be his greatest suitors.
Having seen their ‘Little Magician’ Philippe Coutinho swap Anfield for Barcelona, it is no surprise that Red’s fans are concerned about a potential approach from the Spanish giants for their Egyptian talisman.
However, Salah’s latest comments might allay some of those growing fears.
Speaking to ESPN Brasil, Salah stated that he is very happy at Liverpool, and wants to continue working under Jurgen Klopp.
“I like the Premier League a lot. I feel it has my style of football. I like to play [in] the Premier League,” said the winger.
“I said since day one here that I’m happy here at Liverpool and I want to show my football here.
“If you look at me now and five years ago, everything has changed -- mentally, physically ... everything.”
“[Klopp] changed something in me,” Salah said.
“Now I play closer to the goal than in any club before.”
Jurgen Klopp’s man-management is probably his finest trait as a manager and Salah is just another example of that.
Under Klopp, the Reds may finally be capable of challenging for that elusive Premier League title again.
“It’s a dream to win the Premier League here after a long time,” Salah continued.
“A club that hasn’t won it for a long time, it’s my dream -- honestly. I want to win it with this club.”
No doubt that if Salah can help the Reds lift their first Premier League title in 27 years, he will secure footballing immortality at one of the most historic clubs in the land.
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