Mohamed Salah wants to come back a better player

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Chelsea winger Mohamed Salah is looking to overcome his Stamford Bridge nightmare and take the next step in his career at Fiorentina, according to the man himself. The Egyptian attacker was transferred to Florence as part of the deal that saw Juan Cuadrado move to Stamford Bridge, and it’s likely he’ll be afforded far more game-time there than he was in west London. Having made just three Premier League appearances for the Blues this term Salah had become something of an outcast, and if he can’t impress in Italy he could well be sold in the summer. In team news Francesc Fabregas could be missing for the next two matches thanks to a hamstring injury, meaning that Cuadrado could make his debut sooner than expected. The Blues are already without the suspended Diego Costa, but Cuadrado’s arrival will have strengthened their attacking options.

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