Gary Neville comments on Mohamed Salah and his future

Gary Neville comments on Mohamed Salah and his future

Gary Neville has given his verdict on Liverpool star Mohamed Salah. He spoke about his long-term future at the club. The Reds will be keen on keeping their star at Anfield. Well, let us look at what Gary Neville has to say about Salah’s future at Liverpool.

Gary Neville has said that Mohamed Salah is likely to leave The Reds and sign for Real Madrid. The Egypt international carried on his great form on Saturday against Watford. He scored an amazing goal and made an assist as Liverpool thumped Watford 5 – 0.

Mohamed Salah has now scored consistently in his last eight appearances for Liverpool, netting nine goals and making two assists. He has scored a total of 10 goals and made four assists in 10 games altogether. This has been a brilliant start for him this season as he continues to build on it.

Gary Neville on Salah and his future

Gary Neville has his say on Salah's future

Salah’s contract at Liverpool will expire in 2023. Therefore, former Manchester United legend, Gary Neville feels that the forward might leave Liverpool and join Spanish giants Real Madrid. Gary said:

I do not feel that he will stay at Liverpool till the end of his career”. It is my personal thought. I have always thought so but I could also be wrong.

This could weaken the Premier League if he leaves. I think if you look at players like Cristiano Ronaldo, Mbappe, Beckham, it is not only about money.

Salah should experience Real Madrid is what I feel, since they will come back.

It is true that Real Madrid and Barcelona are not in a great position. What I have just spoken is seeing Salah in a similar situation. I feel he should keep this on his mind before the end of his career.

The talks will keep bowling up and so will be the transfer rumours until the Egyptian finally puts pen on papers. However, it will be unlikely to see Salah leave as he is happy at Liverpool and is at the top of his game at the moment.

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