Liverpool set to confirm Salah as first summer arrival

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By Lorlornyofm June 18, 2017 14:50

Liverpool set to confirm Salah as first summer arrival

Liverpool football club are set to confirm the arrival of Egyptian star Mohammed Salah at Anfield in a deal worth $40 million. The Merceyside based side reportedly agreed an initial 35 million euro deal with AS Roma for the former Chelsea wide man with an additional 5 million USD based on performances and achievement.

The Egyptian star is has reportedly booked his medicals for Tuesday after a fruitful negotiation with the 2005 Champions league winners. The deal will see Jurgen Klopp’s men adding more bite to their attacking machinery that has Sadio Mane, Roberto Firmino and Philipe Coutinho.

In a deal that will make Salah the most expensive arrival at the club, the flying Egyptian will be hoping to replicate his blistering form in the Serie A that saw him registering 15 goals from the wing. If confirmed, Salah could play a pivotal role for the returning Liverpool side destined for UEFA champions’ league next season.

Salah made a name for himself whiles with FC Basel in Switzerland to earn a dream move to the dreaded Standford Bridge only to be farmed out on loan to AS Roma in the Italian Serie A.

Source: sportscrusader.com

 

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By Lorlornyofm June 18, 2017 14:50
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