Real Madrid enter battle for Liverpool midfielder

Mohamed Salah

The president of the Egyptian Football Association has said he expects to see Liverpool attacker Mohamed Salah at Real Madrid next season.

Having had a hand in 31 Liverpool goals this season, with 24 goals and seven assists, he has emerged as arguably the signing of the season, having outperformed other, much more expensive, summer arrivals.

"I think he will be top scorer in the Premier League".

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Spanish giants Real Madrid have been linked with a move for the Egyptian as they look to reinvent their frontline.

Egypt's head coach Hector Cuper would later claim in December that he was told of Madrid's interest in Salah.

Hany Abo Rida, the Egptian FA's president, has now suggested that Madrid are ready to bid for Salah and that such a move would be "great" for the country's game.

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"It would be fantastic for Egyptian football as Madrid are popular around the club - it would be fantastic for us".

"Salah is now looking to improve his game". With Philippe Coutinho's move to Barcelona, it makes it hard to trust what players say but for now, I'm just going to enjoy all the goals that Salah is scoring. "There might even be a better market for him once he has played in Champions League".

If more silverware is added to the cabinet at Anfield, it will help Jurgen Klopp keep hold of his best players - a fact which is undeniable when looking into why Torrez, Suarez, Sterling and Coutinho left in recent years.

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