Those of you who are looking for the latest Liverpool FC news may be wondering about the latest injury to Mohamed Salah. The injury to the Egyptian midfielder occurred during the UEFA Champions League final against Sergio Ramos. Some had feared that his World Cup involvement might be in doubt. However, this news is not true as he is 100% fit to play in Egypt’s first Group A game against Uruguay.
In recent weeks, Salah has issued a statement on the ongoing contract negotiations between Liverpool and the Egypt international. According to reports, the Egyptian has refused to confirm or deny that a renewal is imminent. His current contract expires in summer 2023. Liverpool are generally reluctant to let their star players enter their final years of contracts, but the two sides are still some way apart in terms of figures. It is a good thing that Liverpool have their heart set on signing a new deal for Salah.
Liverpool’s latest signing is a former Chelsea wideman. The Egyptian has impressed since his arrival in the summer. He has scored four goals and has made eight assists in his first season with the Reds. He has also been a winner of three Premier League titles in his local area and played 12 times for Egypt’s national soccer team. While Salah’s recovery from injury is no guarantee that he will return in the near future, he has the potential to make Liverpool even more successful.
Salah scored twice in his first game after joining Liverpool. He also assisted another goal. Liverpool went on to win the Premier League. He has also been busy in Champions League, helping Sadio Mane to secure the top spot. On December 27, the Reds will play West Brom. It is not clear if he will be given an armband. But, as long as he is fit to captain the team, he is one of the best players in the world.
After the match, the Liverpool captain clarified his postmatch comments. His goals against Manchester United ended a six-game goal drought, and have given him 22 Premier League goals. He is now on track to win the Golden Boot. However, his recent comments on the Liverpool team’s dominance have made it hard for him to stay at Anfield. He is currently leading the Premier League golden boot race after scoring eight goals in four games.
Real Madrid president Florentino Perez has hinted that a deal could be struck when the transfer market opens again in January. Mbappe has been linked to several clubs, including Liverpool. Both clubs are fierce rivals, but Emmet Gates has claimed that a Liverpool side with both Salah and Mbappe would be feared by opponents. The move between the two clubs is unlikely, but it is not impossible.