Mohamed Salah has dropped a big hint about his future at Liverpool, according to report after an interview with a French media outlet.
The Egyptian forward has been a sensational this season and has been linked with a move to Real Madrid and Barcelona, according to report in The Sun.
Salah has been amazing in his first season with the Anfield outfit he scored 44 goals in 52 games in his debut season for the Reds and also won the PFA Player of the Year in England.
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He championed Liverpool to the Champions League final against Real Madrid but he sustained a shoulder injury that before the end of the first half that almost ruled him out of the World Cup.
Salah is currently battling to be fit for the World Cup in Russia, while speculations linking him away from Liverpool continue to surface.
But the Liverpool forward has dropped the main hint about his future with the Anfield outfit and he wants to stay at Liverpool long-term after gushing over Jurgen Klopp and the club's fans in a new interview with French media outlet L’Equipe
He even admitted that Liverpool has always been his team when he plays video game FIFA.
"Jurgen Klopp often asks that I be at the heart of the play, and remain close to the opponent’s goal," "He knows how to get the most from his attacking players. From day 1, he’s considered me a friend. We are close, even though, he’s the boss, and I’m a player
"The quality of my teammates and their desire to help me score has also helped in my success. Plus, I work hard every day, with that desire to improve. Off the pitch, we are friends. We are happy together.
"I have given 100% for my club since my arrival, on and off the pitch. And the fans can see it. Feeling loved by the fans during my first season fills me with joy. And they sing my song…a the whole album!" Salah told L’Equipe
Salah is currently with the Egyptian national team for the World Cup in Russia.