The Egyptian international and Liverpool club goal-scorer Mohamed Salah rejected the idea of revenge against Real Madrid captain Sergio Ramos, when he meets him again on April 6, in the Champions League quarter-finals, after the incident that brought the players together in 2018, when Salah was forced to leave From the first half, after being injured in the shoulder as a result of a strong interference by Ramos during the final of the competition, which Real won 3-1.
“This match is from the past, and I don’t think about it,” Salah said to the Spanish newspaper, Marca. “My focus is on winning with Liverpool, as I have a special drive to qualify for the semi-finals.” On the other hand, Salah raised doubts about his future with Liverpool, as he said he was interested in moving to the Spanish League, repeating statements similar to what he made last December, when he revealed to the Spanish newspaper “AS” about the possibility of accepting offers to play for Real Madrid or Barcelona.
Salah, 28, has become a star at Anfield since joining Liverpool in 2017 from Rome, and he won the English Premier League title for the last season, in addition to winning the previous season with the European Championship, but the Egyptian star’s contract is nearing the end. The summer of 2023 has opened the door to many speculations, supported by Salah’s own statements, in a new experience, especially in Spain, in light of the interest of the Real Madrid and Barcelona administrations.
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