Liverpool striker Salah turns down offers from two big clubs

LONDON: Liverpool are European champions now after they won the Champions League, beating Tottenham Hotspurs 2-0 in the final in Madrid, which means Mo Salah is not leaving the club soon. Salah has received praise for his goal-scoring role with Jurgen Klopp’s side in the English Premier League and the Champions League, but that also brought more attention on the left-footed star. Reports of Salah’s rift with Klopp surfaced on a few occasions but he put them all to rest by rejecting offers from two of the biggest clubs in the football circuit. The Daily Mirror reports that Spanish giants Real Madrid and Serie A winners Juventus wanted to the Egyptian star at their bases, but Salah rejected the reported £150 million offers, however, only for now. He has said that he will reviewing the offers before he says yes to any one of them, which means he will be at Anfield at least for the next season. Meanwhile, Salah’s partner at Liverpool, Senegalese Sadio Mane is also on the radar of a lot of clubs, but both seem to be happy at Liverpool and want to fulfill the fans’ dream of winning the English Premier League after 30 years of wait in the upcoming season. Liverpool missed out on the title by just a point as Manchester City lifted the Premier League trophy, but Klopp and the fans were on cloud nine after bagging the Champions Trophy.


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