Mohamed Salah… not Mohamed Salah!


Mohamed Salah has said his ambitions for silverware with Liverpool extend beyond this season and that progress to the Champions League final represents the start of a new era under Jürgen Klopp.

However, despite scoring an incredible 43 goals across all competitions - which has seen him win six in-house Goal of the Month awards - not one was deemed special enough to pip teammate Oxlade-Chamberlain to the Goal of the Season accolade.

Iraq's Al Diyar channel managed to find the country's biggest Salah doppelganger, Hussein Ali, and he really does bear an uncanny resemblance to the man fans call the "Egyptian King".

Real Madrid have reached an agreement with Mo Salah for a transfer to go ahead this summer providing a deal can be brokered with Liverpool, claim the latest reports coming out of Madrid.

The Reds' forward has already broken the record for most Premier League Player of the Month awards in a single season, picking up his third of the campaign in March.

"I hope Mohamed Salah will extend an invitation to me to watch him in the coming period, that would make me happy".

But Ramzy believes Salah should now test himself in at the highest level with either of the two La Liga giants.

Express Sport understands Los Blancos are interested in securing his signature and making him the ideal foil for Cristiano Ronaldo going forward.

"He was their best player, he was the top scorer and if he waits until next year maybe he has not [got] the chance [to move]".

Real Madrid attacker Lucas Vazquez has reportedly told the club's skipper Sergio Ramos that he is joining Liverpool this summer.

Upon collecting the award at Melwood today, Salah told "I feel good, I'm happy to win it again".