Liverpool winger Mohamed Salah’s agent has refuted claims that his client held talks about a move to Real Madrid in 2018.
Former Egypt assistant coach Hany Ramzy claimed that Salah had received a “really good” proposal from the Spanish giants in the months leading up to the meeting between the sides in the Champions League final.
Ramzy added that while Salah did consider the offer, the Egyptian star chose to remain at Anfield as he was “comfortable” working under Jurgen Klopp.
Taking to Twitter, however, Salah’s chief representative, Ramy Abbas, insisted that the winger has had no such discussions with any ex-coach.
“Mohamed never discussed any career plans with any ex coach,” Abbas wrote.
Salah has been linked with a move to Madrid in the past and Reds legend Jamie Carragher has previously admitted that he has concerns some Liverpool fans under-appreciate the attacker.
He said in February: “Speaking to Liverpool fans and looking at social media, I think Liverpool have got six world-class players.
“I think they have the goalkeeper, Trent Alexander-Arnold, Virgil van Dijk, Sadio Mane, Roberto Firmino and Salah.
“I think if you asked Liverpool fans whether they would take big money for the other five, they would all say no, no matter what the money.
“There is no way they would sell Alisson or Van Dijk. But if you offered them £130m for Salah, they would think about it.”
In other news, former Liverpool midfielder Jan Molby has outlined a transfer plan he thinks Klopp will undertake, part of which will see Timo Werner make a move to Anfield.