Salah to land new bumper deal to end Madrid pursuit

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Salah is the Premier League's leading goalscorer and is giving Barcelona's Lionel Messi a run for his money in the race for the European Golden Shoe.

Salah is the type of signing which will excite fans but with Liverpool intent on challenging for next season's Premier League title, Real's chances of successfully luring him away from Anfield are remote at best.

According to an exclusive report from TeamTalk, Liverpool will look to bring in Ramadan Sobhi from Stoke City in the summer to keep Mohamed Salah happy at Anfield.

Liverpool legend Terry McDermott believes Mohamed Salah has been inspired by his problems at Chelsea.

Liverpool fans will be hoping Salah can continue his fine form after the current worldwide break, as the Reds continue their journey through the Champions League and look to challenge Manchester United for second spot in the Premier League. He had a great season at Roma and since coming to Liverpool we've seen more progression.

"If Salah sits tight and enjoys the ride, he could find himself on a trophy-winning team next season, where he would be the star man".

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"Being a Liverpool fan, I want him to win every personal trophy".

"He's only 25-years-old, he still has plenty of time".

"Yes Salah's importance to us is like Messi's importance to Argentina but there is a whole team behind Salah helping him shine".

Salah, who has only been with the club for just over half a year, has netted 36 times in just 41 appearances this campaign, which is a recording breaking number by a Liverpool player in his debut season.

"It's only been a season, but if he proves he's at this level consistently for another couple of years, then you can start to say it".

In-form Liverpool forward Mohamed Salah has been labelled "one of the best players in the world" by his Egypt coach Hector Cuper.