It’s been a sensational season for Mohamed Salah, and his form is now attracting the attentions of some of Europes biggest clubs.
He only arrived on Merseyside last summer, making the £35 million move from Roma, but has scored an incredible 36 goals in his first 40 appearances for the club. Not only is he leading the race for the Premier League golden boot thanks to his 28 league goals, he is also in pole position to land the European golden shoe having scored three more goals that Barca’s Lionel Messi.
Those incredible stats and his fantastic performances have seen him compared to the likes of Messi and Luis Suarez, as well as attracting the attentions of some of Europe’s biggest clubs.
According to The Sun, The Egyptian is wanted by Real Madrid, Barcelona and PSG and would be willing to break the world-record in order to land him.
They claim that the trio could be willing to splash out £200 million in order to sign Liverpool’s goal machine, £2m more than PSG spent last summer to land Neymar.
While Liverpool do not want to sell their star asset, it would be extremely difficult to reject such an extraordinary offer, especially having sold Philippe Coutinho for £145m just two months ago.