Mohamed Salah named Liverpool's Player of the Month for 7th time

May 11, 2018, 01:43

Mohamed Salah has scooped the Standard Chartered Player of the Month award for the seventh time this season after being named April's victor.

Reports in Spain are linking Real Madrid with a €200m move for Liverpool's Mohamed Salah, with a potential windfall for Roma if they included a sell-on clause.

"And about the question, if it is better for Salah to stay at Liverpool or transfer himself to another league, I think all the media are talking about Real Madrid or Barcelona".

Meanwhile, Egypt legend Hany Ramzy has urged Salah to seriously consider a Bernabeu transfer this summer.

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"I enjoy my football so much here, the quality of the players and everything here makes me happy. Also that all the world can see that Egypt has talent", Ramzy told ESPN.

The Portuguese wide man, 22, has hit 11 goals and eight assists in another fine season for Sporting, and given his trickery and his blistering pace, he fits the bill for what Liverpool would need to cover for Mane and Salah. For him it's time.

The Reds' forward has already broken the record for most Premier League Player of the Month awards in a single season, picking up his third of the campaign in March. Maybe he loses his level, maybe he has an injury, but we hope not.

Liverpool and Real Madrid will go head to head on May 26 in the final of the 2017/18 UEFA Champions League.

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"I'm very excited to play the last game of the season on Sunday and the final of the Champions League".

The 25-year-old won Liverpool's online vote after scoring six goals across all competitions in April.

Salah was the star attraction at Liverpool's player awards for 2018, and was delighted to pick up both the First Team Players' Player of the Season and the Standard Chartered Player of the Season award.

Lyon playmaker Nabil Feker is mooted as one target with Real Madrid's Lucas Vázquez named as another.

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