Salah rumours to Madrid take an interesting turn

Mohamed Salah of Liverpool celebrates after scoring his sides sixth goal during the UEFA Champions League group E match between Liverpool FC and Spartak Moskva at Anfield on December 6

Salah also broke Fernando Torres' record of most goals in a debut season with the club and Reds legend Terry McDermott was full of praise for the forward.

His scintillating form has alerted the likes of Barcelona and Real Madrid, with the Champions League holders considering making Salah their first Galactico signing since James Rodriguez joined from Monaco after the 2014 World Cup.

The 25-year-old's stunning form has seen comparisons drawn between him and Barcelona star Lionel Messi.

"He has shown four times over that it was a masterstroke by Jurgen Klopp to bring him back to the Premier League".

Craig Bellamy believes Mohamed Salah needs to aim for at least 20 goals in his second Premier League season at Liverpool FC. In his coloumn for Paddy Power, the two time Premier League victor went on to say "Mohamed Salah would be foolish to leave Liverpool right now".

While Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, Adam Lallana, Georginio Wijnaldum and even Roberto Firmino can play on the wings, Liverpool need players who can naturally provide width and Sobhi fits the bill perfectly.

Salah is not looking to follow in Philippe Coutinho's footsteps and move to Spain.

But, if the Mirror's report is to be believed, Salah's future seems to be in Liverpool. Creeping up the table, and doing fantastically in the Champions League.

We've seen that plenty of times, but he's a real rare talent.

"If Salah sits tight and enjoys the ride, he could find himself on a trophy-winning team next season, where he would be the star man". "I think it's going to be tight between those two but, for me, Player of the Year is definitely Mo Salah".

Meanwhile, Salah's goal tally so far in all competitions so far this season has been taken to 36 goals - a performance that has attracted the Spanish League giants to him. "We were always a club that bought the best players, we didn't sell our best players", Evans told the Liverpool Echo.

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