“I see him very happy here”: Fabinho Quells Rumours Of Mohamed Salah Demanding Liverpool Exit: The Liverpool defender has quashed news of Salah being bereaved at Liverpool
Ever since Mohamed Salah gave an interview saying he was crestfallen at Liverpool’s decision to not captain him against Midtjylland, outlets have been working overtime.
A bevy of reports emerging from across the sporting fraternity have claimed that Salah is looking for an exit from Liverpool. With Liverpool yet to offer the player a contract extension, the move has only added fuel to the already lingering fire.
With Real Madrid being long term admirers of the player, a move to the La Liga was said to beckon for the Liverpool player. However, Fabinho has spoken on these rumours with the Liverpool midfielder seeing no substance to the reports.
Fabinho on Salah Rumors :
“Big players will always have their names involved in rumours,” Fabinho told ESPN Brasil. “Salah plays for Liverpool, one of the biggest teams in the world. I think it’s normal to see his name linked to other teams, especially from different leagues.
“Anyway, I see him very happy here and pleased with his performances this season. He’s very demanding with himself, he wants to be the best, he wants to help the team and works hard for it.
“It’s always been the case and it hasn’t changed at all. He keeps scoring goals, which everyone is used to seeing. In the changing room he’s always talking to everyone and making jokes.
“I don’t see anything affecting him. Overall, I am not following the news so I’m not sure about any rumours. As I said, top quality players will always be linked to big clubs.”
Although Salah is currently Liverpool’s top scorer in the Premier League, the player has had to suffer off late. Despite him scoring in the FA Cup, the player has not been at his resplendent best, wavering form which has had a direct impact on Liverpool’s soiree in the league.
The club will be wishing their top scorer with the 13 strikes quickly rediscovers his touch as the club strives to reclaim its relinquished top spot later this week.