Though Liverpool star, Mohamed Salah is a contender for Premier League Player of the Season following his stunning debut campaign at Anfield, a former Reds star, Charlie Adam, doesn’t think he’s good enough for the first team of Real Madrid and Barcelona, the two teams leading the charge to snap him up.
Liverpool signed Salah from Roma for £38m but could likely demand more than double that amount if they sell him in the close season after a stunning return of 29 goals in 29 Premier League games and another eight strikes in other competitions.
His blistering form has led to fears from Reds fans that Europe’s big boys could come in for his services this summer, just like Barcelona did for £142m Philippe Coutinho in January.
But former Liverpool man Charlie Adam says they’ve got nothing to worry about.
When asked on BBC Radio 5 Live if the Merseyside giants would have a problem keeping the 25-year-old Egypt star, he said: “Where’s he going to go? It’s difficult for him, where does he go?
“Will he get a game at Real Madrid? Will he get a game at Barcelona?