July 17, 2024

Former Real Madrid president sent Mohamed Salah transfer message 

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Mohamed Salah has been sent a Liverpool transfer message by the former Real Madrid president amid his future uncertainty at Anfield.

Mohamed Salah of Liverpool has been the finest player in the world this season, and Ramon Calderon, the former president of Real Madrid, is considering a transfer.

With Liverpool’s Egyptian king Mohamed Salah in such good form this season, it was only natural for Real Madrid to start talking about him.

Salah scored his 17th Premier League goal against Norwich City on Saturday, and Ramon Calderon, the former president of Real Madrid, has made it clear where he wants Liverpool’s number 11 to play next season.

Calderon hopes to see both Mbappe and Salah at the Bernabeu, despite the fact that the Spanish giants have been linked with a bid for the French superstar.

Salah and Liverpool are presently negotiating a new contract, with the Egyptian’s current agreement set to expire in June 2023.

On Saturday, Salah scored his 150th goal in just 233 Liverpool games, cementing his place among the top players in the world.

Since Cristiano Ronaldo’s departure, Madrid has been transitioning and attempting to reclaim their place as a major contender in the Champions League; acquiring Salah could help them achieve this goal.

“I hope to see Mohamed Salah in Real Madrid as a distinguished and influential player who helped Liverpool win many championships,” said Calderon, speaking on the No. 10 program with Karim Ramzy on Egyptian TV.

“And since he won the Champions League with Liverpool, I hope he is in Real Madrid.”

Madrid’s top target in the transfer window is PSG’s Mbappe, but his signing would warrant no fee so signing Salah could well be possible for the La Liga side.

“Mbappe and Salah join Real Madrid? I hope to see this wonderful duo,” added Calderon.

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