Fabinho has revealed that Mohammed Salah is happy at Liverpool.

Ex Liverpool midfielder Fabinho has revealed that the Egyptian legend Mohammed Salah is happy at Liverpool at the moment. The Brazilian midfielder joined Al Ittihad last season from Liverpool. Moreover, there were rumors that Salah is also going to join his Brazilian teammate after this season. As per some credible sources, Al Ittihad even made an offer worth £150 million to Mohammed Salah. That was a world record bid from the middle eastern club. However, Salah rejected that offer. That was a clear indication that Salah is enjoying his time at England and that he prefers game over money. That’s proved to be quite beneficial for the Reds. Salah is their top scorer in the league with 14 goals to his name.

According to talksport, Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp was impressed by Salah’s physical condition earlier this season. The coach believes that Salah has the body of a 19 year old. In addition to that, Klopp thinks that Salah can still decide games for Liverpool single handedly. The 31 year old’s current contract with Liverpool is till 2025. If we see the recent performance of Salah, there’s a high chance that he’s gonna extend his contract after 2025 as well.

Fabinho has revealed that he still follows Liverpool and Mohammed Salah.

Fabinho had a lot of praises for Mohammed Salah while speaking to several media outlets.

“I’m very happy for Mo Salah. He’s scoring goals game after game and he’s the club’s top scorer in the league at the moment. Moreover, he’s helped the team grab the top spot in the league. I hope he continues to play this way and win trophies for the club. I still watch their games closely because they have a special place in my life” – Fabinho said.

We believe that the Brazilian is right. Afterall, Mo Salah has now become the 5th leading goal scorer in the club’s history after reaching the landmark of 200 goals. He’ll surely go down as one of the best players in the premier league.

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