Mohamed Salah is one of the biggest names in the Premier League currently, if not the biggest. The Egyptian is in red hot form and is the leading scorer ahead of Harry Kane and Kun Aguero – who saw that coming?
Like any new toy in the market, Salah has attracted admirers and the gathered crowd seems to have gone into a frenzy to sign him. It has been just 9 months since Salah signed with the Reds and talks of a record-breaking transfer is already taking place in the rumour mills of England, Spain, France and Italy.
Who knows where the 25-year-old will land next season and how much money Liverpool will pocket on his departure, but for now let us take a look into the probable destinations the player should prioritize for the betterment of his career.
Jurgen Klopp’s frown might reappear when he finds out that he is about to lose another one of his best-attacking players within a span of six months. It would be foolish for any of the starting XI players to abandon the German but aren’t there better options to aim for?
The Reds are sitting rosy in the top four of the Premier League table which is a massive improvement from their usual performances in the last 2 decades. But they are still miles apart in terms of talent and experience to successfully compete for major honours.
The Galacticos will be a massive boost in Salah’s career and given the hastiness of the deal, Liverpool can pocket a record-breaking sum. Madrid have fallen off the title challenge as well and Florentino Perez is already eyeing up replacements for the summer.
With Gareth Bale constantly struggling to maintain his fitness, Salah could be the young and fresh face who could add a different dynamic to the European champions.
Cristiano Ronaldo’s age is also a concerning factor for the Los Blancos faithful. The Portuguese superstar might just be a traditional number nine in the squad rather than a winger and it will help for a speedy wide man like Salah to spread the floor.
The current La Liga leaders and the employer of one of the greatest players to have ever graced the football pitch. They do not need Salah but Salah could need them.
The Catalans have already signed Philippe Coutinho and Ousmane Dembele over the last two transfer windows. Whether they are able replacements of Neymar is yet to be seen but Lionel Messi’s presence is one of the highlighting factors.
They certainly do not need Salah if both Neymar and Kylian Mbappe is in the club and Salah does not need them either. The French giants have accumulated the talent pool but still, lack the experience and the cutting edge to win over Europe.
Salah does not need to adjust to an unstable system and fall through the ranks of ‘could-have-been’ when he is supposed to be enjoying the peak of his playing career.