It’s been a weird few months for Liverpool fans. The club had gone into a bad run of form predating the World Cup, and the performances haven’t improved since the resumption of English football. They didn’t bring in anyone except for Cody Gakpo, even though it was clear they needed a midfielder.
To make matters worse, Liverpool’s best player, Mohamed Salah, hasn’t really been hitting the strides he used to before. We’ve seen him score a lot of goals every single season he’s been part of this team. But it’s just not been his night on many nights as of late. Of course, it is probably a form issue, but it’s worrisome for a club that finds itself in turmoil, with nothing going its way.
According to Neil Jones of GOAL, he has now been “tentatively” linked with a move away in the summer, one of the teams interested are French giants Paris Saint-Germain.
It’s very tough to see Mohamed Salah leave Liverpool for Paris Saint-Germain
Paris are a good club. They’re a huge club. They have a lot of things many other clubs don’t have, which is resources. They have so much money, but that’s the thing; I don’t think Mohamed Salah would cave for that amount of money, especially considering the attacking trident that PSG currently boast.
An attack of Kylian Mbappe, Lionel Messi and Neymar Jr is good enough to scare any opposition away. Mbappe should still stay at PSG for at least another year. Messi is close to renewing his contract with PSG. Neymar’s future is up in the air, but he still has a few years remaining on his contract, so I won’t be surprised if he ends up staying.
I also think Salah loves Liverpool and their morals. I think he’s their best player, and on Liverpool’s best night, they are world-beaters. The system that they possess can take any team on if the right players are deployed. If they can get a few right signings in, I don’t see why Liverpool can’t become the mighty force they once were.
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Obviously, Salah might still want to test new waters and join PSG, but I just can’t see that happening. I think his bond with the club and its fans, even during this rough period, is strong enough to convince him to stay. Besides, he signed a three-year extension not too long ago, so I really don’t see Salah leaving PSG.