The Egyptian will improve any club in the world.
Liverpool are in real danger of losing Mohamed Salah. The 29-year-old has been sensational since joining the Reds in 2017. He is enjoying arguably the best season of his career at Anfield. However, the Egyptian star is in a standoff with the club over a new contract. The winger will enter the last year of his current deal when the ongoing season ends.
It is understood that Mohamed Salah wants to continue at the Premier League club. Liverpool also want the forward to extend his current contract. But, the two parties still haven’t reached an agreement. With less than 18 months left on his contract, the Egyptian will be assessing his future. However, a deal could be reached in the coming months. But, if Liverpool and Salah fail to reach an understanding, the Reds could cash in on the star rather than risk losing him for free.
Here are the five clubs who can sign Mohamed Salah if he does not renew his contract with Liverpool.
Mohamed Salah is one of the star prospects let-go by Chelsea. The Egyptian barely played for the Blues before leaving the club. He made only 13 Premier League appearances from 2013 to 2015. The winger then moved to Italy. He spent a few seasons with Fiorentina and Roma, before returning to England with Liverpool.
The Blues have a number of wide options. But, likes of Christian Pulisic, Timo Werner, Hakim Ziyech and Callum Hudson-Odoi have failed to deliver consistently. The arrival of Salah will certainly be an upgrade on them. The Egyptian has been among the top goalscorers in the league since coming back.
Chelsea haven’t won a Premier League title since 2017. The addition of the Egyptian will certainly boost their chances of winning the league again.
4. Bayern Munich
The German giants are one of the most successful clubs in the world. They have always been a top destination for several football stars. The Bavarians will certainly appeal to Mohamed Salah, if a Premier League offer doesn’t come.
The Bavarians are favourites to win every domestic trophy every year. They are also among the front-runners for the Champions League. Playing at the highest level in each competition can persuade the Egyptian to join them.
Bayern are yet to replace Arjen Robben and Franck Ribery completely. Serge Gnabry, Kingsley Coman and Leroy Sane have performed well for the club. But, Salah’s addition will provide them with the needed star power.
3. Real Madrid
The Los Blancos will be one of the clubs interested in acquiring the services Mohamed Salah. They are known for their galactico signings and the Egyptian certainly fits the bill. The winger will add to an already impressive attacking unit.
Real Madrid are planning to sign Kylian Mbappe or Erling Haaland next season. Salah’s addition will give Real one of the most fearsome attacking trios in world football. They also have Vinicius Jr. and Karim Benzema in their ranks. These five players will certainly make Real Madrid much more dangerous than they already are.
The Catalans are dealing with a number of financial issues. But, they have been able to sign players despite that. They will love to add Mohamed Salah to their ranks.
Barcelona have a number of attacking options in their team. But, the Catalans lack out-and-out wingers. Ousmane Dembele and Adama Traore are expected to leave next season. This will see the club fall short in the wide areas. The Egyptian is one of the best wingers on the planet and will solve the problem.
1. Paris-Saint Germain
Salah and Liverpool haven’t reached an agreement due to the player’s high wage demands. However, PSG are one of the richest clubs in the world. They can easily fulfill the Egyptian’s salary requirements.
PSG’s main objective is winning the Champions League. They signed Lionel Messi in the hope of doing so. But, they were knocked out in the Round of 16 this season, as the Argentine is yet to settle at his new club.
However, Mohamed Salah can be the solution to this. The Egyptian can play on the right side of the front three. This would allow Messi to move to the center of the attack or midfield, a role where he has flourished.