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Real Madrid Is Interested In Signing Liverpools Star Player According To Reports

Mohamed Salah of Liverpool is a target for Real Madrid this summer.
Salah’s contract problem is reportedly being used by the Spanish club, who want to get him to the Bernabeu.
According to Fichajes, Real Madrid is eager to add firepower to their attack and is considering a deal for Egypt international Mohamed Salah.
Carlo Ancelotti, Madrid’s new manager, is said to be a fan of Salah and wants to work with him.
During his time as Everton manager, Ancelotti had a close look at Salah’s performances.
Real Madrid is expected to make a move for Liverpool’s Mo Salah.
Real Madrid have been interested in Kylian Mbappe for some time, but see Mohamed Salah as a back-up if PSG can keep him [The Express] — Anfield Agenda (@AnfieldAgenda) July 16, 2021 Salah’s current contract expires in two years and he has yet to secure a new agreement with Liverpool.
The Real Madrid target has been in discussions about extending his contract, but nothing has been finalized as of yet.
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Mohamed Salah, a Real Madrid target, has been one of Liverpool’s most impressive players in recent seasons, but former Reds goalkeeper David James feels the Egyptian should be transferred.
Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp has been advised by James to sell the forward this summer.
Real Madrid reportedly planning a deal for Liverpool’s Mohamed Salah — IFO News Media (@football007news) July 16, 2021 He told Stadium Astro: “I think Liverpool play better without Salah.”
Liverpool may be able to profit from Salah’s presence.
As you mentioned, [Diogo] Jota naturally slots into that front three, and [Roberto] Firmino perhaps has more freedom.
Then Liverpool will have a fresh dynamic up front, rather than what appears to be, or has been, a reliance on Salah’s goals.” When asked if Liverpool should listen to bids for Mohamed Salah, James replied, “Yes, tomorrow.”
I’d go ahead and do it right now.
It’s not that Mo Salah isn’t a good player; his goal tally speaks for itself.
“Similar to [Sergio] Aguero in terms of numbers, Pep Guardiola can look at Man City and not require Aguero.”
Salah, even when he scores, I believe he compromises Liverpool’s flow.” Salah scored 22 goals in 37 Premier League outings for Liverpool last season.
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