Mohamed Salah has silenced his critics by having a stellar first season as a Liverpool player.
The Chelsea reject, who moved to Anfield from Roma last summer, has scored 39 goals in 42 appearances in all competitions.
The man who struggled to get game time at Stamford Bridge has become a pivotal figure on Merseyside, and over the course of two legs played a starring role in the Reds reaching the semi-finals of the Champions League.
After netting the opener in a 3-0 triumph at Anfield in the team’s quarter-final tie against Manchester City, Salah struck to secure a crucial away goal at the Etihad Stadium in the second leg.
Jurgen Klopp’s team coped with waves of pressure from City’s attacking force in the first 45 minutes, and Salah later changed the complexion of the contest with an audacious chip over goalkeeper Ederson.
Roberto Firmino rounded off the victory with a goal of his own, but Salah will take most of the plaudits.
Unsurprisingly, the Egyptian international’s form has made others take notice, with Spanish publication Don Balon recently reporting that the attacker is a top target for Real Madrid this summer.
Given how prolific Salah has been this season, and couple that with the fact that Liverpool have lost star players to Spanish giants before, are the Reds capable of holding on to the 25-year-old?
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