Mohamed Salah reveals talks with Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho

Mohamed Salah reveals talks with Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho

Mohamed Salah reveals talks with Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho

The 2017 African Player of the Year, who joined the Premier League side from AS Roma in the summer of 2017, has already been linked with a move to Real Madrid.

His story is all the more remarkable when you consider the fact that Chelsea deemed him surplus to requirements only three years ago.

The Egyptian has 21 goals and seven assists in only 25 games for Liverpool, finding the net a further seven times in nine Champions League and FA Cup outings.

Egyptian winger Mohamed Salah has been simply magnificent for Liverpool this season since his arrival from Roma in the summer.

"We also spoke after the match against Manchester United this season and have a good relationship".

"I have loved the club since I was young and knew this was a team I wanted to play for", he told FourFourTwo. I came here to be at a top club and to enjoy myself - that was my thinking.

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"But at the end of the day I think it's a bit different than Coutinho".

Mourinho must wish he'd been more patient with the 25-year-old at Chelsea, similarly to De Bruyne and Romelu Lukaku.

"I'm happy scoring goals for the club I supported as a kid - that's all that matters".

'We want to push ourselves to win something.

"I felt proud after Salah reached my number of goals, and I think he can reach 100 goals easily", Mido said. We, as ex-players who are still big Liverpool fans, want him to keep going - we want him to break all the records goings because if he is scoring goals, it means we're doing the right things.

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