Liverpool forward Salah issues response to Real Madrid

After missing Liverpool's first two games of 2018 with a groin injury, the 25-year-old is set to return for Sunday's clash with leaders Manchester City at Anfield.

This week, Barcelona completed their huge money move for Philippe Coutinho and have added a very talented player to their squad to help plug the gap left by Neymar when he left in the summer to join Paris Saint-Germain.

Real Madrid boss Zinedine Zidane publicly hailed the Egyptian hero: "He is still young, improving all the time".

Yesterday, Diario Gol reported that Ceballos has decided to leave the reigning European Champions if things do not change for him.

Barcelona's swoop for Coutinho has led to speculation Real Madrid will push for his Liverpool teammate Mohamed Salah.

To cap off a sweep of awards and an excellent year, Salah won the CAF's best African player of the year.

Since his arrival at Anfield from AS Roma last summer, only Harry Kane has scored more Premier League goals than the former Chelsea player.

As noted by Kelly, Madrid have been tipped as possible suitors for the Liverpool No. 11, as he's taken his game on to remarkable heights in 2017-18.

According to L'Equipe, the Chinese club are on the verge of announcing the signing of Bakambu who already passed a medical examination with his new club. Real Madrid must spend big to remind people why they are the biggest team in world football, and the recent 0-3 loss at home to Barcelona in the League showed a widening gap between both clubs.

Either way, Salah has admitted to reading the reports.

  • Montenegro Chinchilla