Liverpool Editorial

Better Than Luis Suarez : Why Mohamed Salah Must Ditch ‘Stagnate Liverpool For Ambitious Bayern Munich’

Liverpool will not be winning any domestic trophy this season neither do they have the team to win teh champions League.

This lack of progression should be a cause of concern to Mohamed Salah must think deeply with family and agent and ask the very question superstars of the past asked before moving on.

Is sticking with Liverpool worth it? And if i do leave, will i be winning consistent trophies in the other club? If the answers are all yes! Salah should be off this summer.

The Egyptian international can’t be wasting his God given talent on a pathetic team that can’t consistently compete with the best team in the league ‘Manchester city’ for major trophies.

Next season will even be tougher with Thomas Tuchel now at helm of affairs at Chelsea who are willing to spend heavily by signing Erling Haaland, Jerome Boateng, David Alaba and many more.

Liverpool meanwhile are all pegging their hopes on Virgil van Dijk and Joe Gomez recovering from injuries and returning to their super human form. But, what if they don’t reach that heights that made Liverpool almost impenetrable last season.

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Injuries like the cruciate ligament damage can sometimes be difficult to shake off. It can take a toll on the player’s fitness and slow them down.

Just take a look at Oxlade Chamberlian, he has failed to hit the heights since he suffered ACL in 2018.

But injures to Van Dijk or Joe Gomez shouldn’t be used an excuse for Liveprool’s slump to mediocrity.

The fault is from the club who are sluggish in strengthening the team or selling off dead woods like Roberto Firmino, James Milner Joel Matip, Naby Keita, Divock Origi and so may others.

The club is not even ready to put pressure on Jurgen Klopp.

Klopp isn’t worried a bit about his job and the players aren’t ready to fight for him knowing he will be there tomorrow morning.

Salah should already be aware of the acceptance of mediocrity from the manager and his players. He has to act fast by offering him self to Bayern Munich whose CEO Karl- Heinz Rummenigge recently described him as the ‘Messi of Africa’ and admitted he will be honoured to have him in the team.

His agent must starting planning how to take Salah to Bayern Munich and ensure it goes through this summer.

To put it bluntly, Salah has outgrown Liverpool just like {Steve McMahan, Michael Owen, Xabi Alonso, Javier Mascherano, Luis Suarez and Philippe Coutinho was did} and all moved to a bigger and better clubs where tiles were guaranteed. .

If Salah do succeed in leaving, his legendary status won’t be affected. He will always be welcomed home to a city and club he has given so much too.

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