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Two reasons push Mohamed Salah reject Barcelona and Real Madrid!


 Two reasons push Mohamed Salah reject Barcelona and Real Madrid!

Liverpool legend Ian Rush has ruled out the departure of the Egyptian international, Mohamed Salah, from the team, amid speculation that he will move to Barcelona or Real Madrid next summer.

Mohamed Salah was linked to moving to Barcelona or Real Madrid next summer, after his statements last December, that he did not rule out joining the two giants of Spanish football.

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"I think that Liverpool is attractive, and I don't see Mohamed Salah outside Anfield next season," Rush said in comments reported by the English Goal site.

He added: "Teams like Barcelona and Real Madrid have a history, but Liverpool is also like this, so I don't think Mohamed Salah leaves Liverpool."

He continued: "The fans in Liverpool love him a lot, and he is closely related to them, and the English Premier League is the hardest in the world and the most attractive to players."

He pointed out: "When you look at Barcelona, ​​Real Madrid, Juventus and Milan, it does not happen with them, as happens with Liverpool, of challenges in the league, and difficult confrontations with all teams."

He finished: "Here you see Sheffield win against Manchester United, and this only happens in the English Premier League, so I think Mohamed Salah wants the challenge here, and he will not go."

Mohamed Salah has a contract with Liverpool that extends until 2023 after joining in the summer of 2017 from Rome, and has scored 117 goals in 185 matches.