Mohamed Salah vows to stay at Liverpool


Salah, 25, has scored 21 league goals for Liverpool this season following a summer move from Roma, with the other two having come in his days as a Chelsea player.

The Egypt global signed for the Reds from Roma in the summer transfer window and his first few months at Anfield have been nothing short of remarkable.

'I didn't play for Chelsea when I was here three years ago.

He said: "Ever since I was a kid, I had been a Liverpool fan - they were my favourite Premier League club".

His record in Serie A was excellent, with 35 goals and 24 assists in 81 appearances, and pretty much nobody predicted he would go on to better that form at Anfield.

He struggled for game time at Stamford Bridge, making only six starts in 12 months at the club under the Portuguese.

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Former Tottenham Hotspur striker Mido has revealed that he is "proud" of Mohamed Salah after the Liverpool forward became the highest-scoring Egyptian in Premier League history.

"I don't know if it's up to me to say that, so maybe I'll let the fans say that", he told FourFourTwo.

By the time he was finally sold in 2016, Mourinho had already been sacked, but Salah says there is no bad blood between the two. We didn't talk much, but it was OK.

He added: "I have loved the club since I was young and knew this was a team I wanted to play for. I think I'm doing well".

Salah will be expecting to feature for Liverpool FC when the Reds return to Premier League action on Sunday with a trip to St Mary's to take on Southampton.