Mohamed Salah: Liverpool forward admits he ‘may be’ open to a future move to Real Madrid or Barcelona

Salah has recently portrayed Real Madrid and Barcelona as two “extraordinary” clubs; the forward is under agreement at Liverpool until the mid year of 2023; watch Arsenal versus Liverpool live on Sky Sports Premier League this Saturday from 7:45pm; kick-off 8pm

Mohamed Salah has hinted his future could lie in Spanish football amid continued speculation the forward could leave Liverpool.

The Premier League’s joint-top scorer this season is under contract at Anfield until 2023 but has been linked with a move elsewhere, with Barcelona and Real Madrid often touted as potential destinations for Salah if he were to depart Merseyside.

A year ago, the forward portrayed the Spanish sides as two “extraordinary” clubs, however Jurgen Klopp later made light of any exchange talk encompassing the Egypt worldwide.

Liverpool play Real Madrid in the quarter-finals of the Champions League in April as the different sides meet interestingly since 2018’s last in Kiev which completed 3-1 to the Spanish side and in front of the games, Salah wouldn’t preclude a future move to La Liga.

At the point when found out if he is anxious to evaluate Spanish football, Salah told MARCA: “I desire to have the option to play for some more years. Why not?

“No one knows what’s going to happen in the future, so… maybe one day, yes.

“I hope to be doing the same thing that I’ve been doing in recent years. Winning trophies, scoring goals, helping my team win trophies…

“That’s the most important thing for me.”

In January, Salah said he wanted to stay and continue to break records for as long as possible at Anfield and claimed he was “100 per cent” committed to winning more trophies at the club.

When pressed once again on his future at Liverpool, he said: “It’s not up to me. We’ll see what happens, but I prefer not to talk about that now.”

Salah also described his relationship with manager Klopp as a “normal relationship between two professionals”.

Liverpool’s chances of defending the 2019/20 Premier League title have fallen away over the course of the campaign, with leaders Manchester City currently holding a 25-point gap over the Reds who are seventh in the table with seven matches remaining this season.

Klopp’s side are still yet to win a top-flight home game this calendar year during a poor run of results in 2021.

Salah believes Liverpool’s below-par performances in the league mean he and his team-mates have an added reason to redeem themselves in their bid to try and reclaim the Champions League.

“Lots of things happened at once. Luck hasn’t been on our side,” he added.

“It’s made us want to win the Champions League even more and I hope we can do it.”

The forward, at present away on worldwide obligation with Egypt, additionally conceded he felt questionable in regards to the possibility of addressing his country at the Olympic Games in Tokyo this mid year, which could demonstrate hazardous for Liverpool with the following Premier League season set to begin on August 14.

“Whatever occurs, everybody will be in understanding – including my club,” he said.

Salah joined Liverpool from Roma for an at that point club-record move charge in 2017 and the 28-year-old has scored 119 objectives in 192 counterparts for the club taking all things together rivalries.

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