Liverpool Editorial

3 reasons why Mohamed Salah won’t join Real Madrid or PSG

Speculations are growing wild over Mohamed Salah’s future after revelations emerged that the Egyptian international was demanding for outrageous wages.

His agent Ramy Abbas Issas is in the forefront of the discussion with Liverpool’s financial discussion makers. A player like Salah according to Ramy deserves to be earning $400,000 or even $500,000-a-week like Neymar jr or Lionel Messi cause, he is a game changer and a match winner.

But, Mo Salah knows leaving Liverpool will come back to hurt and here is why:

The team’s structure and style of football- Jurgen Klopp’s present team suits the individual skillsets of Mohamed Salah. The 4-3-3 formation brings out the best in Salah while Roberto Firmino really helps massively in creating chances for Salah rather than finishing off chances.

Salah will struggle if he leaves Liverpool to Manchester City or Chelsea. Those team don’t have the players who play long diagonal balls to him to attack incessantly.

Fitness and injury problems- At Liverpool, Mohamed Salah has managed to avoid unnecessary fitness and injury problems and that is down to the training and recovery.

The staff has played a massive role in ensuring Salah stays 100% fit and motivated but that will change if he moves to Real Madrid or PSG.

Why? Those two clubs will certainly hire and fire managers every 2 or 3 seasons who will then bring in new trainers, nutritionists and others.

First team competition- At Liverpool, Mohammed Salah is always guaranteed a shot at first team football irrespective of how Liverpool fair. But at a top club like Real Madrid and PSG, he will expected to raise his game irrespective of the opponents.

If he fails to do so, there’s always another superstar ready to take his place.

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