Salah urged to leave Liverpool to join Real Madrid

The Egypt International has been in great form this season

Since joining Liverpool from Roma for an initial fee of around £35 million last summer, Mohamed Salah has massively exceeded all expectations. He has been outstanding for the Reds, scoring 43 goals in all competitions this season and inspired his team to reach the Champions League final where they will face Real Madrid.

The Egyptian is the leading Premier League goalscorer now and has been named as the PFA Player of the Year, which has led him to to be linked with top European clubs ahead of the transfer window.

Real Madrid have been heavily linked with the 25 year old as the Club President Florentino Perez wants to make stellar signings this summer and are likely to sell Gareth Bale to raise funds. But the Reds are keen to keep hold  their star player as Jurgen Klopp wants to build the team around him.

But Egypt Legend Hany Ramzy wants Salah to leave Liverpool and join Real Madrid this summer as he may not get the chance in future to join the La Liga giant.  Ramzy has made 124 appearances for his Country.

“I think he makes history for an Egyptian player and this is very important,” Ramzy told ESPN FC. “Also that all the world can see that Egypt has talent.

“And about the question if it is better for Salah to stay at Liverpool or transfer himself to another league, I think all the media are talking about Real Madrid or Barcelona.

“For me, Salah is ready to make this step. For him it’s time. It’s the right time to transfer or go to Real Madrid, especially I think Real Madrid as the way they play could be a very, very good transfer for Salah, because he makes everything this season with Liverpool.

“He was their best player, he was the top scorer and if he waits until next year maybe he has not [got] the chance [to move]. Maybe he loses his level, maybe he has an injury, we don’t hope so.

“But I think at the moment that Salah can go to Real Madrid or Barcelona maybe but I see him in Real Madrid, [being] more comfortable.”

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