Eden Hazard is often touted as the best player in the Premier League today, but no one can dispute that Mohamed Salah is the most influential. After relatively unsuccessful stints at Roma and Chelsea, Mohamed Salah has seemingly found his feet in an epic way at Liverpool. Since arriving in 2017, the Egyptian’s list of achievements speaks for itself;
Premier Golden boot winner: Check.
African Footballer of the Year: Check.
Premier League Player of the Season: Check.
PFA Player of the Season: Check.
Top 3 in the Best FIFA Men’s Player Award: Check.
To be honest, I could go on but for time’s sake and your sanity, we’ll leave it there.
Here’s why Liverpool cannot afford to let Mohamed Salah go.
4. A Wanted Man
It’s safe to say that Mohamed Salah had the season of his career last year, a campaign that saw him score 44 goals and provide 16 assists – simply world-class numbers. However, such world-class numbers were always going to draw unwanted interest from Europe’s elites.
After officially securing the services of Aaron Ramsey, reports suggest that Juventus have set their sights on Liverpool’s talisman. Due to their monopoly in Italy, the Zebre most definitely have the funds to sign the Egyptian, as they proved in the summer with the acquisition of the world’s best player.