Mohamed Salah’s agent denies the striker is considering LEAVING Liverpool due to his disappointing season, after reports claim the Egyptian star is “eager to move to LaLiga” less than a year after signing a new contract at Anfield until 2025
- Liverpool have endured a dismal campaign and may miss out on the top four.
- It has been reported that Mohamed Salah is considering a move to a LaLiga club.
- Salah’s agent has claimed he has not spoken to Salah about leaving Liverpool
Mohamed Salah’s agent, Ramy Abbas Issa, has responded to reports that the striker is considering leaving Liverpool this summer.
Salah wrote a new deal at Anfield last summer that will run until 2025, but the Reds have struggled this season and face an uphill battle to be in the top four.
Jurgen Klopp’s men were knocked out of the Champions League by Real Madrid on Wednesday and are set to end the campaign trophyless.
According Foot MarketSalah is concerned by Liverpool’s alarming slump in recent months and is interested in moving elsewhere.
However, Abbas Issa has denied that this is the case, tweeting: ‘Where did you get this if even Mohamed and I don’t discuss this? Please tell us.’
Mohamed Salah is reportedly considering his future at Liverpool after his dismal season
Salah’s agent, Ramy Abbas Issa (left), has denied that his client is thinking of going to LaLiga
He has insisted that he has not even spoken to Salah about leaving Liverpool this summer.
The Foot Mercato report states that Salah’s preferred destination would be Spain after spending the last six years in England.
This would seem to put Barcelona and Real Madrid at the front of the queue to sign him.
However, Barcelona currently have Raphinha and Ousmane Dembele to cover the right wing, and this may not be a priority position for them to strengthen in the upcoming transfer window.
Meanwhile, Ernesto Valverde, who can also play in midfield, and Rodrygo have largely played on Madrid’s right flank this season.
The uncertainty surrounding Salah’s future could be a concern for Liverpool fans after they lost Sadio Mane to Bayern Munich last summer, while Roberto Firmino has already confirmed that he will leave the club at the end of the season.
Salah’s departure would mean the famous striker three would have moved on in the space of 12 months, marking a new era for Merseyside’s red side.
Following his £39m move from Roma in 2017, Salah has been a huge success at Anfield, recently overtaking Robbie Fowler as Liverpool’s top scorer in the Premier League era.
He has won the Premier League Golden Boot three times, and his overall record at Liverpool is remarkable, having scored 178 goals in 293 games for the club.