Often pointed the finger at his supposed individualism, notably in the wake of Sadio Mané, Liverpool winger Mohamed Salah (29 years old, 35 games and 23 goals in the Premier League this season), could be one of the factors that explains the ambitions to leave the Senegalese. In an interview given this Saturday at France Football, the Egyptian, however, denied any tension with his counterpart of the Reds attack.
“If there is talk of rivalry between us, of egoism, I totally disagree. I don’t know where it came from … I have a nice relationship with Sadio, we exchange normally, we sit side by side at the costume, argued the Pharaoh. Our interest is that Liverpool win all the matches, so we try to pass the ball to score the most goals possible. Look for a player with my profile in the Premier League, you will not find no one who addresses before decisive passes but me. “
The former Basel player delivered 13 decisive passes this championship season, his personal record.