Liverpool Transfer News: Ex-Chelsea player Samuel Eto’o thinks that Mo Salah should join Barcelona to be the world best in coming years.
In an interactin with the BBC, Former Barcelona striker has openly given this suggestion to the Liverpool starlet in order to get a guaranteed success.
“Real [Madrid] gave me the opportunity to leave Africa, but I know Barcelona’s style and I think it would be better for him,” the former Barca and Real striker told the BBC.
“If he has the chance to play in the best league of the world, which is the Spanish one, he has to sign for Barcelona.”Mo has everything to be one of the best players in the world.”
Barcelona are definitely among the top clubs in the world, and have a successful record domestically. Additionally, the club is always among the favourites to win the Champions league and most importantly, Salah will have the guidance of arguably world’s best player Lionel Messi.
However, it does not seem so easy for the Blaugranas to hire his services presently, as the 27-year-old forward recently won the Champions league with Liverpool and a crucial part of promising transformation at the Merseyside club.
Liverpool will not allow to let him leave for the Spanish Champions, as they eye a long-term success ahead. Considering Liverpool have tied Salah till 2023, it seems near to impossible for Barcelona to lure the Reds.
On the other hand, Salah himself would not prefer to leave Liverpool for Barcelona, as the Catalan giants doesn’t seem to be on a right path and could degrade once all the key players leave soon.
How twitter reacted
Former Chelsea striker Samuel Eto'o has urged Liverpool's Egyptian forward Mo Salah to move to Barcelona.
— BBC Sport (@BBCSport) June 23, 2019
Former Everton and Chelsea striker Samuel Eto'o has urged Mohamed Salah to join Barcelona following Egypt's 1-0 African Cup of Nations victory over Zimbabwe on Friday.
“I know Barcelona's style and I think it would be better for him."https://t.co/au3RGj7mj2
— Anfield HQ (@AnfieldHQ) June 23, 2019
— 6 TIMES (@LukeSaile) June 23, 2019
Take a leaf out of Phil coutinhos book mo pic.twitter.com/8j45cVxdl8
— #StayAtHome #SaveOurNHS (@AntSweeney) June 23, 2019
So the last two seasons didn't fit his style? pic.twitter.com/Zc9b6tOWEJ
— Gregory Flaherty (@GJFlaherty) June 23, 2019
Liverpool ended their season on a glorious note, but missed to win their first English league title in decades by one point. Thus, the Reds would be targeting to achieve the Premier league next season.